Ann Coulter is a self-described polemicist and writes various conservative columns and appears often as a political pundit. She has been supportive of Trump’s presidential bid and in a recent interview told the UK paper The Guardian “Finally, we have a candidate who cares about Americans.”
She got a bit of a roasting on social media after she tried to say the singer was vulgar about women too.
Coulter tweeted: “Beyonce, cited by Michelle Obama as role model for her daughters, sings about “pussy curvalicious, served delicious.” Oh my. I just fainted.
Problem is that those are actually paraphrased lyrics sung by Nicki Minaj, not Beyonce.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders needs no introduction and since his own bid for the Democratic nomination failed he has been throwing his weight behind Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid.
Sanders has a memoir called Our Revolution coming out on November 15th and is never shy about saying exactly what he thinks.
He caused a bit of stir yesterday when he tweeted: “Drug corporations’ greed is unbelievable. Ariad has raised the price of a leukemia drug to almost $199,000 a year.”
Ariad’s stock then dropped over 14% as Sanders echoed Hillary Clinton’s suggestion last month that a consumer response team could be appointed to monitor drug pricing and impose penalties for excessive increase.
The panelists on this evening’s episode are author Rebecca Traister, blogger Andrew Sullivan and former senator Bob Kerrey.
Tune in to Tonight on Real Time with Bill Maher this evening at 10 PM on HBO.