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Ann Coulter speaks at the Young America's Foundation Conference in Washington
Political pundit Ann Coulter speaks at the Young America’s Foundation’s 31st annual National Conservative Student Conference in Washington on August 7, 2009. UPI/Alexis C. Glenn | Enlarge Enlarge
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UPI) — Conservative pundit Ann Coulter says ideological soul mate Sarah Palin shouldn’t lower herself to run for president of the United States. Coulter said in an interview on MSNBC Thursday night Palin’s role as a lightning rod for liberal blustering makes her “insanely jealous” and she would hate to see her influence diminished by a presidential run. “I think it would be a step down for her to run for president,” Coulter said. Coulter put the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee in the same commentator ballpark as Rush Limbaugh instead of a working politician. “She’s huge,” Coulter said. “She has enormous power. She sends out a Twitter on death panels and everyone’s talking about it.”
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