Ann Coulter would prefer a President Ron Paul over a President Newt Gingrich, the conservative pundit said last week.
Coulter -- who has made no secret of her dislike for the former House Speaker, calling him a "big government" conservative earlier this month -- made her comments Dec. 15 on Fox News' "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld."
"I would prefer Ron Paul as president to Newt Gingrich," Coulter affirmed. "And what you say about Ron Paul is -- I think, just to clarify -- he's fantastic on domestic policy. You just want to kind of keep him away from foreign policy, and in terms of foreign policy, doing nothing like Ron Paul wants to do is better than doing bad stuff like our president wants to do."
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Coulter previously told Fox News' Sean Hannity that Gingrich was tied with Paul as "the least conservative candidate on the stage," but said Paul only earned the distinction because of his foreign policy.
Coulter was a major proponent of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie entering the GOP presidential race before ultimately endorsing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
(h/t The Right Scoop)