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American political commentator Ann Coulter became one of the most polarizing figures in the media with her staunchly conservative viewpoint. Born in New York City and raised in Connecticut, she earned a law degree from the University of Michigan. After practicing law in a number of settings, she moved into media when she joined MSNBC as a legal correspondent in 1996. She later worked as part of the legal team for Paula Jones, who was suing President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment. Coulter wrote her first book, "High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton" (1998), to outline the case for impeachment against the President. Shortly after, she began writing for the magazines George and Human Events, largely covering legal subjects. In 1999, she add a syndicated column for United Press Syndicate. Her second book, "Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right" (2002) cemented her standing in the conservative community. It quickly became a New York Times best seller, which garnered attention since the Times was a primary target of Coulter's attack on "liberal media." Her subsequent books continued the theme that liberalism was at the heart of America's ills and made her one of the...

American political commentator Ann Coulter became one of the most polarizing figures in the media with her staunchly conservative viewpoint. Born in New York City and raised in Connecticut, she earned a law degree from the University of Michigan. After practicing law in a number of settings, she moved into media when she joined MSNBC as a legal correspondent in 1996. She later worked as part of the legal team for Paula Jones, who was suing President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment. Coulter wrote her first book, "High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton" (1998), to outline the case for impeachment against the President. Shortly after, she began writing for the magazines George and Human Events, largely covering legal subjects. In 1999, she add a syndicated column for United Press Syndicate. Her second book, "Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right" (2002) cemented her standing in the conservative community. It quickly became a New York Times best seller, which garnered attention since the Times was a primary target of Coulter's attack on "liberal media." Her subsequent books continued the theme that liberalism was at the heart of America's ills and made her one of the biggest selling political writers of her generation. Coulter seemingly courted controversy as an avenue to build her brand. She drew criticism for suggesting  that Muslims should be forced to convert to Christianity after the World Trade Center attacks and used a homosexual slur in reference to Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards. She was frequently at odds with feminist groups as a proponent of traditional gender roles. She also criticized administrations of both political parties for being, in her view, weak in their handling of issues such as terrorism, trade, and immigration. She was among the first conservatives to champion Donald Trump as a viable Republican presidential candidate, and became an ardent supporter of his policies once he was elected. Coulter wrote two books, "In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!" (2016, Sentinel) and "Resistance Is Futile!: How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind" (2018, Sentinel), that championed President Trump's administration.

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