By NICK GASS
Forget about the speculation of Donald Trump potentially starting a media company if he loses to Hillary Clinton in November, Ann Coulter said Tuesday, suggesting that if the Manhattan businessman fails to stop Clinton’s election, the likes of talk-show hosts and Fox News will be made obsolete.
“I’ve been recommending that since the Mexico debate in his speech to get fair coverage. But I’m not sure it’s worth it,” the conservative commentator remarked on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” explaining, “Because look, if he loses, Hillary has edge.”
Asked whether she would want to go into business with Trump, Coulter responded, “I would love to go into business with him.”
“If Hillary wins … she has said, Tim Kaine has said, amnesty for all illegal immigrants,” Coulter said. “We know that’s 30, 40 million. She’s going to throw open the southern border. She’s going to more than quadruple the number of Muslim refugees we bring in.”
Coulter then declared that “there will be no hope for any Republican ever winning another election.”
“There’s no point to what I do, what talk radio hosts do, what Fox News does,” she said. “Nobody goes to the game when you can’t win.”