Conservative commentator Ann Coulter told GOP Presidential candidate Nikki Haley to “go back to your own country” while appearing on Mark Simone’s show on WOR Radio, reports Mediaite.
Born in South Carolina where she once served as Governor, Haley is the daughter of parents from India.
“Her candidacy did remind me that I need to immigrate to India so I can demand they start taking down parts of their history,” Coulter continued. “What’s with the worshipping of the cows? They’re all starving over there and they’re worshipping cows? Do you know they have a rat temple where they worship?”
Ironically, Haley in making her announcement for the presidency earlier this month condemned the Biden administration for considering America racist.
“Every day we’re told America is flawed, rotten and full of hate. Joe and Kamala even say America is racist. Nothing could be further from the truth,” she said, reported ABC News. “The American people know better. My immigrant parents know better. And take it from me, the first minority female governor in history, America is not a racist country.”
Haley has not responded to Coulter’s tirade.
“She’s an absolutely ridiculous character and the only people who say they support her are people who probably, genuinely are sexist. And, “Oh I support the girl. Good for you. You like girls!” Coulter ranted, according to First Post.
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