Ann Coulter criticizes Hannity on Trump; Hannity responds with SLAM

Controversial conservative Ann Coulter criticized Fox News Host Sean Hannity on Wednesday, saying he “would endorse communism” if President Trump thought it was a good idea.

“Sean Hannity, bless his heart, has the zeal of the late Trump convert,” Coulter wrote in a blog post. “He would endorse communism if Trump decided to implement the policies of ‘The Communist Manifesto.’”

She also claimed that the Senate GOP’s healthcare bill “actually” does fall under the category of communism.

Titled “Even Trump Can’t Make Goldman Sachs Popular,” Coulter lambasted Goldman Sachs and Wall Street over their perceived interactions with Trump.

She then attacked Hannity again for defending Trump’s remarks last week about why he only hires “rich people” for his Cabinet, such as National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, who formerly served as the president of Goldman Sachs. 

“On his show last Thursday, he tried to get me to defend Trump’s ‘rich person’ remarks about Cohn. I wish you could see the segment …,” Coulter said, explaining that the show ran out of time. “With the zealotry of those who came late to the Trump party, Hannity fully endorsed Trump’s faith in Cohn, adding, ‘I never got a job from a poor man!”

Hannity responded with a tweet essentially slamming the conflicting conservative, pointing out Coulter keeps falling “in and out” of love with GOP politicians all the time. He concludes with a simple statement that will surely eat at Coulter: “Frankly you just bore me.”

Hannity’s tweet can be read below:

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