"Impeachment: American Crime Story" Episode 1 features Cobie Smulders as conservative pundit Ann Coulter, who found herself tied up in the Clinton scandals on a number of occasions.
Before and during his 2016 campaign for president, Trump criticized the U.S. occupation of Afghanistan. But he didn't move to withdraw the troops until after his first presidential term.
Conservatives are arguing that the royal couple have played the "race card" to make a political point and in order portray themselves as victims.
Social media users compare the two Republican figures as senator faced off against opponent Raphael Warnock.
The pundit criticized both Republicans' response to The New York Times' story and the overall tax code system.
Researchers used GPS and polling data to explore the relationship between who residents likely voted for and their behaviour in hurricane season.
Ann Coulter denounced Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as a "broken-down old man owed by cheap labor lobbyists" and urged Kentucky voters to elect his "lovely" Democrat opponent Amy McGrath instead.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter reacted to the announcement of a proposed $15.4 billion budget for the newly-formed Space Force with disdain Monday, complaining on Twitter that it wasn't being used to build President Donald Trump's promised border wall.
Ann Coulter suggested on Twitter Thursday that President Donald Trump could be following in the footsteps of former President George H.W. Bush by losing a re-election campaign over "broken campaign promises."
The conservative commentator also claimed that Asians "have it lucky."
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter mocked House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) over his former weight by sharing old pictures, a day after the congressman announced he was inviting President Donald Trump to upcoming impeachment hearings.
Protesters also shouted the slogan "Trump/Pence out now," organizer Atlas Winfrey said.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter admits she "backslid" on a pledge to ignore Wednesday's Trump impeachment proceedings, after posting live reactions to the hearing on Twitter.
In a response to President Donald Trump's Tweet in which he declared that "many" DACA recipients were "hardened criminals," conservative commentator Ann Coulter declared on Twitter that she "gives up" on Trump's DACA policy.
The suspect was arrested by police and later identified by local news outlets as 32-year-old Hoyt Hutchinson.
"Tulsi is a SENATOR, meaning she's in the SENATE and doesn't vote on HOUSE resolutions," the right-wing commentator tweeted.
"Good for Obama. (Not sarcastic!)," Coulter said.
The controversial Canadian psychologist checked himself into a rehabilitation facility in New York last month after he started taking the drug Clonazepam.
"This new Kavanaugh stuff has been so triggering for Christine Blasey Ford," Coulter tweeted.
"Justice Kavanaugh should simply respond: 'That was not a man's penis. That was James Carville,'" Coulter said.
"Comedy is healing, comedy is therapy," Ross tells Newsweek. "People are now yearning for potent, unfiltered comedy."
"At one mile an hour, at least you could outrun Hurricane Dorian," Coulter tweeted.
Coulter on Sunday weighed in on a Twitter discussion about gun control in the wake of Texas' second mass shooting during August.
Coulter previously wrote a book entitled "In Trump We Trust" back in 2016, but has since soured on the president.
"No black person respects a white person who would do this," Coulter tweeted. "They may get some laughs out of it, but that's it."
Former Trump ally hits out over reports that the president has not built a single mile of new border wall in 30 months.
"The poor bear was euthanized for no reason. (Except that we don't have a wall on our border)," Coulter tweeted.
"The country has been lost. However I am determined to go down swinging by ruining soccer for as many people as possible," Coulter tweeted on Sunday.
"We'd rather hear from the team of under-15-year-old boys who beat them," Coulter tweeted, including a link to an interview Team USA's Ali Kreiger gave to CNN on July 4 about the ongoing controversy surrounding the women's soccer team.