Ann Coulter says she didn’t vote for Vivek Ramaswamy ‘because you’re an Indian’

Conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter just lately advised former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy that she wouldn’t again him for the GOP nomination as a result of “you’re an Indian.”

Coulter, 62, made the stunning comment on a podcast Ramaswamy launched Wednesday, on which the 2 spoke about nationalism and the idea of American id.

Ann Coulter joined Vivek Ramaswamy on his TRUTH podcast to speak about nationalism. YouTube / Vivek Ramaswamy

“I agreed with many many stuff you stated throughout — in actual fact, most likely greater than most different candidates — if you have been operating for president, however I nonetheless wouldn’t have voted for you, since you’re an Indian,” she stated.

Coulter then doubled down by saying she would solely vote for presidential candidates who’re WASPs — White Anglo-Saxon Protestants.

“There’s a core nationwide id that’s the id of the WASP,” she stated, “and that doesn’t imply we are able to’t take anybody else in, a Sri Lankan, or a Japanese, or an Indian, however the core round which the nation’s values are fashioned is the WASP.”

“We’ve by no means had a president who didn’t have at the very least partial English ancestry,” Coulter continued, including that if any of Ramaswamy’s youngsters married a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), she would “positively vote for them for president.”

Ramaswamy was born in Ohio and is the son of Indian immigrant mother and father. Boston Globe by way of Getty Photos

The biotech mogul, 38, argued Coulter was utilizing a “left-like false proxy goal” of race to determine those that could be loyal to America, moderately than analyzing their ideology.

Coulter didn’t reply to an inquiry from The Publish, however said on X it’s was a “complete lie” to say she didn’t vote for Ramaswamy as a result of “he isn’t white.”

Ramaswamy issued an announcement concerning the dialog on X, saying he disagreed with Coulter, however revered that “she had the center to talk her thoughts.”

“I used to be initially shocked, and for a cut up second, enraged. However after that I used to be simply deeply curious, and it was a captivating dialog,” Ramaswamy stated in an announcement to The Publish Thursday.

Ramaswamy known as the dialog with Coulter a “riveting hour.”

Coulter had previously told Nikki Haley, another former 2024 presidential candidate with an Indian background, to “return to your nation.”

Haley was born in South Carolina to Indian immigrant mother and father.

“Her candidacy did remind me that I must immigrate to India so I can demand they begin taking down components of their historical past,” Coulter stated on “The Mark Simone Present,” referencing Haley’s determination to take away the Accomplice flag from South Carolina’s State Home grounds in 2015 after a racially motivated shooting at a historically black Charleston church.

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