Ann Coulter Goes on Tirade About Republicans "Pandering" Too Much to "F---ing Jews"

Ann Coulter - H 2015
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Ann Coulter - H 2015

"How many f—ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?"

Ann Coulter took to Twitter to rant about how often the Republican presidential candidates talked about Israel during the GOP debate in California on Wednesday.

The Donald Trump supporter expressed indignation at the candidates for "pandering" to "f—ing Jews" and discussing strengthening Israeli-American relations.

"Cruz, Huckabee Rubio all mentioned ISRAEL in their response to: "What will AMERICA look like after you are president," said Coulter. She tweeted, "How many f—ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?"

When Coulter received backlash on Twitter and was accused of being anti-Semitic, she said, "I like the Jews, I like fetuses, I like Reagan. Didn't need to hear applause lines about them all night."

Rick Santorum was asked about Coulter's comments in an interview he had with Steve Malzberg. "Wow," he said when Malzberg read her "f---ing Jews" tweet.

“How many Bible-believing Christians does she think are in this country, who understand the significance of the heritage of the Jewish people in the Holy Land?” said Santorum, questioning how "helpful" Coulter thinks she's being and talking about how she makes money for "being controversial.“

“I think everybody, every conservative has a right to look at that and say that this is someone who clearly doesn’t understand the significance of that relationship,” said Santorum, referring to the relationship between Israel and the U.S..

He said there are just "some people in the Republican Party who are in the pundit class, who are there to be controversial, and to try to make money, and sell their books.“ He added, "And that’s just fine — they can go sell their books.”

Here's a look at many of the tweets Coulter wrote:

Here's a video of Santorum's conversation about Coulter:

Updated 2:50pm PT with Santorum's comments and interview.