Co-host Joy Behar asked Ann Coulter on The View Wednesday about her theory that divorced men don't win the presidency (except for Ronald Reagan), but, in the discussion, Behar lumped Hillary Clinton in with several divorced GOP candidates that included Gingrich, Trump, and Daniels, asking who was left to vote for. Coulter had to point out to her that Clinton wasn't divorced, and Whoopi Goldberg had to point out that Clinton was, in fact, a woman.
Coulter did say she thinks the GOP can win if they can get a candidate who can put two sentences together.
"But that's not that easy," laughed Coulter.
Coulter was on The View to promote her new book, Demonic, which you can get free with a subscription to Townhall Magazine, which has an exclusive interview with Ann in the June issue.
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