I really hate Ann Coulter.
Here's the transcript from Media Matters...
As Media Matters for America noted, Coulter has previously referred to Clinton as a "very good rapist."
From the May 8 edition of Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto:
CAVUTO: I always love it when my next guest is on. Former vice president Al Gore riding high, thanks to a new film about global warming. Advisors insist that Mr. Gore is not running for president, but at least one report says he's testing the waters. So, will it be Clinton versus Gore in '08? Here, now, is a somewhat conservative author, Ann Coulter. Her new book, Godless (Crown, June 2006), is due out on 6-6-06. This woman knows how to market. Anyway, Ann, good to see you
COULTER: Great to be here.
CAVUTO: What do you make of the Gore news?
COULTER: Well, one thing that was mentioned in that article -- the Clinton-Gore discomfort with one another based on Gore feeling like he lost the election because of Clinton, being tied to Clinton, and of course, the myth among the Clinton people and Democrats generally that, "Oh no, he didn't associate himself closely with Clinton enough." I mean, that really is craziness. Gore was the one running. He had lots of pollsters and they were all telling him, "This guy is -- is a weight around your neck," which is why he did everything he could to separate himself, choosing the most --
CAVUTO: But that's really hard for a veep to do.
COULTER: Right. He didn't do it enough. But what's peculiar is how you still see Democrats saying, "Oh, Gore and -- Clinton, he's so -- he's massively popular. He's like Elvis when he walks into the room." But he could never get 50 percent of the country to vote for him. And they're trying to persuade us that once the country found out he was molesting the help, oh well, then they all liked him, even though a majority wouldn't vote for him.
CAVUTO: He was not molesting the help. All right.