Ann Coulter Said She Hates The ‘New’ Donald Trump

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter expressed her distaste for the “new Donald Trump” on Twitter, following new leadership from his convention manager Paul Manafort.

Coulter crafted several tweets implying that Manafort has changed Trump’s bombastic style and demeanor, a change that Manafort promised would happen.

This is not the first time that Coulter has criticized Trump. Following the mentioned retweet of an unflattering meme of opponent Sen. Ted Cruz’s wife, Coulter said defending Trump is “like constantly having to bail out your sixteen-year-old son from prison.”

But, it doesn’t seem like Trump has fallen out of Coulter’s favor for too long. Early Saturday morning, she retweeted a story about Trump impersonating an Indian call center representative in, what some called, an offensive accent.

h/t The Hill

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