People in the US are waking up and recognizing they are against the establishment in both parties. They are seeing this for what it is, says conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter.
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Some of the hacked emails uncover what conservatives have been saying about Hillary Clinton all along: “You can't trust her.” In the meantime, there is a political civil war breaking out in the Republican Party. Donald Trump says he doesn't need or want any support from House Speaker Paul Ryan.
RT host Ed Schultz discussed these with conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter. Her latest book is “In Trump we trust. E pluribus awesome!”
RT: Let's start with these Clinton emails. The discrepancy backs up the narrative that the right has used for years. What are your thoughts on that?
Ann Coulter: It's not even so much the right. But this, what I think, is the new movement of the people against both parties and the elites. But for the super-delegates we would have both candidates running for president this year not be from really either political party. Bernie Sanders is technically an independent. And the fact that both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump got more regular votes than either of the official parties, I really think it is the people against the uni-party. And the natural home for Bernie supporters especially with these emails coming out and how they're going to trick the Bernie supporters and make them think they got something… You know perfectly well, TPP is going to go through supported by Hillary Clinton, a Democrat and Paul Ryan, a Republican. I think you can get the same emails from the elites in my party as we're getting out of the elites in the Democrat Party.