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Conservative Pundit Ann Coulter Declares ‘Trump is Done’

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Former President of the United States Donald Trump speaking with attendees at the 2022 Student Action Summit at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida. [Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons]

Is the Republican Party officially moving on from Donald Trump? According to conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter, the answer is a resounding “yes.”

In Coulter’s latest podcast of Unsafe aptly titled “Trump’s Done” she dives into the signs Republicans are moving away from the former president and how his influence in slowly but surely dwindling.

Throughout the podcast Coulter notes how Trump’s star has begun to fade, comparing the phenomenon to Sarah Palin who saw her rockstar status revoked following John McCain’s unsuccessful 2008 presidential campaign.

Coulter also noted Trump’s once-infamous rallies dwindling turnouts as further evidence he’s losing power within the GOP.

According to Mediaite:

“They’re like Deadheads,” Coulter said of those still running to MAGA rallies. “They’re following him from place to place. He sings the same songs.”

Loyalty among Trump “fanatics,” she added, is not “indicative of a movement sweeping the nation.” Coulter mentioned a pair of Stone emails she received from the Trump team. The first was an email “slamming” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), considered by many to be Trump’s biggest 2024 competition, should both men run for the Republican Party nomination. A second email, Coulter said, was Stone “backpedaling” on his criticism of DeSantis after he heard complaints from conservatives supportive of the governor.

Trump being “done” could be the message some politicians have been waiting to hear before wading into the 2024 presidential campaign arena. While the former President has made a habit of hinting at his potential presidential campaign some conservatives have held their breath in regard to their own political aspirations.

“Republicans, it’s not the party of Trump. It’s safe to come back, and it’s safe for Republicans to stand up and run without Donald Trump,” she said.

Former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley previously said she would not launch a presidential campaign if Trump also were to run, and she’s likely not the only Republican sharing that mindset.

However, Coulter was careful to note that moving away from Trump isn’t necessarily a bad thing for the Party and predicted the GOP could still sweep the midterms.

“People are angry. Republicans are really angry. We are on a smooth glide path to really, really good midterm elections, and the only thing that can blow it is what probably will blow it: the Republican Party,” she said.

24 COMMENTS

  1. Poor old Ann has been wrong so many times about all things political that I would not put much stock in what she thinks & says.

    • Trump is one-of-a-kind … and he’s probably the only person who is powerful enough, and smart enough, to save us.
      I’m a forever Trumper!

  2. Ah … you made a name for yourself in early 2015, and you’ve been done and gone ever since. I wouldn’t know who the hell you were if you weren’t laughed at in 2015 for being right about the election, probably by accident, because it’s the only thing you’ve ever been right about.

  3. I am from South Carolina and a real conservative. I would never vote for Niki Halley again! I don’t trust her mouth piece either.

  4. JOE BIDEN IN CHARGE OF GOVERNMENT BRAIN WASHED BUREAUCRATS ALLOWED NOW TO BE ARMED, WITH GUNS AS WELL AS GS RATINGS, BOOKKEEPERS WHO ARE LOYAL TO BIDEN MUCH LIKE WHAT HAPPENED WHEN OBAMA TOOK CONTROL OF IRS AGAINST CONSERVATIVES AND CHURCHES WHEN HE WAS IN OFFICE. WHAT COULD GO WRONG.

  5. Here we go again – As per ‘the camel’, Nikki Haley may have been born in the US, but is NOT a natural born citizen and THEREFORE NOT eligible to be the president of the US. Both parents were Sikh immigrants from India, and NOT citizens of the US at time of her birth (14th Amendment). Much as I would like to see her run, the libtards would cause all hell to break loose.
    Of course it would be hilarious if Nikki won the nomination and the camel was the libtard nominee and see what garbage the libtards would dredge up!

  6. Ann Coulter is stupid. If the GOP turns on Trump, there will be no GOP. We follow Trump (and DeSantis) – not the GOP or the RNC.

  7. I am a Conservative Republican and Trump supporter. I will have to admit I am tired of “politics”, all the name calling back and forth, the lies, dirty tricks, and ignoring the main problems we have. But my enthusiasm for Trump has never waned. In fact we need him now more than ever since so much corruption in government has been revealed. I don’t know anyone else who will fight like he has/will.
    No one in political history has been persecuted, maligned, lied about the way he has (and it’s still going on now). Why do you suppose the Democrats are so desperate to stop him?

  8. Well, I stood by Mr. Trump because I despise insipid, two-faced politicians like McConnell and globalists like the Bush aristocracy and wanted an ‘outsider’ clean of heart. I still stand behind Trump but will not donate to him until he is a firm candidate, i.e., until he formally announces his candidacy. A vote for Trump is a vote for low taxes, for the border wall, rational foreign policy, common-sense economy as run by a genuine businessman, and for the triumph of the Republic against the Marxist thugs of a dictatorship.

  9. One should be careful about saying things about people without truth. News is not done with champagne and an Ouija board. You`re supposed to report the news, not speculation. When Trump gets some free time I would be worrying about slander suits.

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