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Ann Coulter targets Haley, Ramaswamy with racist tweet

Ann Coulter took to X, formerly Twitter, to swipe at both Indian American presidential candidates Wednesday night accusing the two of being up to “some Hindu business.”

Coulter apparently enjoyed seeing the two duke it out with Nikki Haley ridiculing Vivek Ramaswamy’s lack of support for aid to Ukraine and supposed lukewarm support for Israel.

She took the opportunity to “other” both candidates.

“Ann can tweet whatever she wants to,” a Ramaswamy spokeswoman, said in a statement to The Hill. “Vivek has traveled this country and is very grateful for the warm support he has received from Christian voters across the country.”

“Vivek shares and lives by the same Judeo-Christian values that this nation was founded on — and that the way Vivek lives his family life offers a positive example for their own children and grandchildren,” continued Tricia McLaughlin.

While Ramaswamy is Hindu, Haley is Sikh who has converted to Christianity. Haley chose to ignore Coulter as the commentator has singled her out for several offensive and incendiary remarks.

Coulter once accused Haley of not understanding America because “she’s an immigrant” with roots from India, Politico reported in 2015.

Then in February of this year, Coulter told Haley to “go back to your own country.”

That country would be the United States as Haley was born there.

She went on to say to NBC New:

“Her candidacy did remind me that I need to immigrate to India so I can demand they start taking down parts of their history. What’s with the worshipping of the cows? They’re all starving over there. Did you know they have a rat temple, where they worship rats?”

Haley again did not comment, choosing not to give Coulter the attention she craves.

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