Over the past two decades, Ann Coulter has made a name for herself as a conservative apologist, republican politician, author, public speaker and, above all, media expert. She has fueled several controversies, often linked to her absolutely uncompromising politically conservative stance. With a dozen books published to date – many of which have made it onto the New York Times bestseller list – Ann’s name has been indelibly stamped on the sands of time.
Coulter, a legal expert, has always been a staunch supporter of President Trump, and she has also written a book entitled In Trump We Trust. Despite this, she has recently made headlines after chirping about Trump’s recent immigration policy and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Following on from the above, we bring you details of Ann Culter’s personal life. But before we do, we will give you a little insight into the details of how she became famous.
How Did Ann Coulter Earn Her Larger-than-life Reputation?
As already indicated, Ann Coulter’s fame is largely due to controversy. Even her date of birth was the subject of public controversy. While her driver’s license lists her date of birth as December 8, 1963, and she has officially used that date for the past decades, Lloyd Bennett Grove, editor-in-chief of the Daily Beast, pointed out in 2002 that Coulter had listed December 8, 1961, as her date of birth on the electoral roll during the 1980 presidential election countdown. When asked to confirm her actual age based on the point raised by Grove, Coulter declined to comment, citing privacy.
While the controversy surrounding Ann Coulter’s real age is significant enough, this is not exactly the kind of controversy her reputation has been built on. Rather, it has everything to do with her socio-political views, which she expresses outright. In the late 1990s, she began to grace the news pages as an outspoken critic of the Bill Clinton administration. After appearing on national television for the first time in 1996 as a legal correspondent for MSNBC, her first book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, was published: The Case Against Bill Clinton” was published in 1998.
The book was essentially a series of arguments for the ouster of President Bill Clinton following the sex scandal with Monica Lewinsky. After its publication, the book made it onto the New York bestseller list and helped to make Coulter known for the first time to millions of Americans and people around the world. Since then, she has published eleven more books, all of which are critiques of liberalism and cases of conservatism on the American socio-political terrain.
This clout has also earned the lawyer invitations to lecture to a high-profile audience, particularly in the United States, where she has received both praise and criticism in large volumes. Due to her unique polemic attitude towards the dialectic between liberalism and conservatism, she also began appearing on many television and radio talk shows throughout the country.
Here Is The Background To Her Notoriety
Ann Coulter’s father was John Vincent Coulter, an FBI agent, while her mother was Nell Husbands Coulter (née Martin). She was the last of three children of her parents and the only girl. Her older brothers were named John and James Coulter. They all lived and grew up in Connecticut. Her mother’s roots go back to a group of Puritans who settled in Plymouth during the American colonial period, which could be an indication of her uncompromisingly conservative attitude to life and politics.
Ann attended New Canaan High School in Connecticut before going to Cornell University School of Arts, where she received her bachelor’s degree in 1984. While at Cornell University School of Arts, Ann was a founding member of the conservative college magazine The Cornell Review. She then went on to the University of Michigan Law School, where she received her Juris Doctorate in 1988.
Ann Coulter was also editor of the Michigan Law Review during her law studies. What earned her this position was that she had been a remarkably lively student. She was always open, sometimes even to the detriment of her career. It is said that she was fired from her MSNBC job for making a rather callous remark about a Vietnam veteran.
In another rude rant, she faced another dismissal when she expressed her opinion on how to deal with Muslims, saying this would involve invading, slaughtering Islamic leaders and converting the rest to Christianity. Not surprisingly, she is considered a very controversial figure. Ann is also a member of the WASP (White Anglo Saxon Protestants), an original name for a group that is widely believed to have racist undertones. She has a rather tough stance on immigration and makes her views on these issues known.
Who Is She Dating Now?
After being involved in a number of failed relationships, the right expert continues her search for true love and happiness. Recently seen separately with veteran comic star Jimmie Walker, both have consistently and repeatedly denied that there has ever been a romance between them. It is also rumoured that she was engaged several times, although none of these engagements finally led to marriage. Coulter is therefore allegedly single and has no children.
But if you’re wondering how that could be, you might have an idea what Ann’s colleague Kellyanne Conway revealed about her. Conway, who, like Coulter, is also a Republican and calls herself a friend of Culter’s, mentioned in 2017 that Coulter had been with her security guard for ten years. According to Conway, it was because Coulter “couldn’t see anyone else.
Is Ann Coulter Single or Married?
Given her highly controversial attitude, many people who know Ann Coulter wonder whether she has ever been able to bear a man. The truth is that over the years she has dated several men (even unlikely ones). But although we would have liked to tell you that she has proven herself to be a no-go by maintaining one of the relationships, this has not happened yet. One of her first cases of romance was with the British actor James Tully. However, her fling survived for barely a year.
She was also involved with the publisher Robert Charles Guccione Jr. (more popular than Bob Guccione Jr.) Bob is the oldest son of Bob Guccione Sr., the founder of the men’s magazine Penthouse. The younger Bob founded the music magazine Spin. Like Ann Coulter, Bob’s controversial nature was never concealed. One can only imagine the bitter relationship the duo must have had. And, not far from expectation, they finally broke up.
Another similar race with whom Ann is said to have been involved in the conservative writer Dinesh D’Souza. But there has never been any firm confirmation that their relationship was romantic. It may have been based on shared ideologies. After the above-mentioned relationships had failed, Ann Coulter probably wanted to see if opposites would attract.
She met with Liberal Democrat Andrew Stein, who is a former New York City Council president. People could hardly understand how the two could ever agree. But when Stein was asked to do so, he expressed the hope that the natural law of attracting opposites would work in their favour. But it never did for long, since they separated in about a year.