Ann Coulter really doesn't like Carly Fiorina. In fact, the conservative commentator said Tuesday that she "hates" the former Hewlett-Packard CEO-turned Republican presidential candidate.
Coulter, appearing on the "Mike Gallagher Show," was taking a question from a caller who asked why America doesn't join "the rest of the world" and end birthright citizenship.
"You're absolutely right," Coulter responded to the caller. "And this is why I've said I now hate Carly Fiorina with a hot hot hate of 1,000 suns."
Coulter held nothing back earlier in the radio program by going after Fiorina on gender, as Mediaite reported.
"At first, I admit I was suspicious because I hate this, ‘Oh, a woman can talk, oh, that’s great!'” Coulter said. “But I just hate this affirmative action among Republicans.”
The topic of birthright citizenship came up after Donald Trump released his plan for immigration reform, in which he proposes that the U.S. stop granting American citizenship to illegal immigrants' so-called "anchor babies."
Coulter praised Trump's plan, calling it “the greatest political document since the Magna Carta."
Fiorina has taken a much different stance on illegal immigration, saying just last weekend that "it's not clear" to her whether Trump is even a Republican.
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