Coulter put "even money" on Sen. Clinton "[c]oming out of the closet"

Coulter put "even money" on Sen. Clinton "[c]oming out of the closet"

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In her August 2 nationally syndicated column, right-wing pundit Ann Coulter suggested that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) is gay: "I'd say that's about even money" on Sen. Clinton "[c]oming out of the closet" in 2008. Coulter's column consisted largely of questions and answers she claimed "were left out of a Baltimore Sun article due to length." The July 30 Sun interview with Coulter can be read here.

Coulter attacked former President Bill Clinton on the July 26 edition of CNBC's The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, saying that he "show[s] some level of latent homosexuality," and she labeled former Vice President Al Gore a "total fag" on the July 27 edition of MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews.

From Coulter's August 2 column:

Q: Does Hillary Clinton have a good chance in 2008? What are her strengths and weaknesses? What did her reaction to your "Jersey girls" comments tell you about her as a potential candidate?

A: Good chance of what? Coming out of the closet? I'd say that's about even money.

Her strength is her first name; her weakness is her last.

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Diversity & Discrimination, LGBTQ, Elections
Ann Coulter
Propaganda/Noise Machine, Hillary Clinton
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