Trump’s Victory is about “Globalism vs. Nationality”

Ann Coulter has been one of Donald Trump’s earliest, biggest, and most long-suffering supporters. She recently appeared Good Morning Britain to offer some commentary on the aftermath of a hard-fought election. Coulter told host Piers Morgan (and a few other panelists) that the outcome of the election was entirely predictable, for people who were actually paying attention…

“It was entirely predictable, that’s why lots of us did predict it…

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That is globalism vs. nationality.

Part of the trade deals are very important. We’ve lost our– the number of manufacturing jobs has been halved in the past 20 years. People don’t know in this beautiful city. They don’t know in San Francisco. Or Washington or L.A. Go out to America. These people used to have great jobs and their kids could look forward to futures better than theirs. Now, it is good for Wall Street, because they get to arrange the international deals, but it is terrible for the people who live here. And dumping millions of unskilled workers on the country: Look at how awful it has been for the African-American community in this country. Trump is going to change the country.”

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