Ann Coulter is not a fan of Nikki Haley.
The conservative pundit made a series of derogatory remarks about the Republican presidential hopeful on “The Mark Simone Show.”
Coulter called Haley a “bimbo” and a “preposterous creature” and made several comments directed at the South Carolina native’s Indian heritage.
“But 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 worshiping of the cows? They’re all starving over there, and they’re worshiping cows? Do you know they have a rat temple where they worship? Rats? Hey babycakes, why don’t you go back to your own country and reconsider that history?” Coulter remarked on the podcast.
Haley served as South Carolina’s governor from 2011 to 2017 before being appointed as the 29th U.S. ambassador to the United Nations by former President Donald Trump. She launched her campaign for the Republican presidential candidacy, making her the first opponent to officially run against Trump for the Republican nomination.
Coulter continued by criticizing Haley’s decision to remove the Confederate flag from the South Carolina Statehouse following the 2015 shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
“I’m a descendant of Union soldiers. It’s my history. This is my country,” she said. “I’m not an American Indian, and I don’t like them taking down all the monuments.”
Coulter concluded by saying that Haley is “bad on immigration.”
Listen to the full interview here: