Ann Coulter is an author, syndicated columnist, and lawyer. She became known as a media-pundit in the late 1990's as an outspoken critic of the Clinton administration. Her first book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton, was published by Regnery in 1998.
Reviews of Adios America!:
"Provided the intellectual underpinnings of what has become Trump's most popular campaign riff."
-- Miami Herald
"Like other Ann Coulter books, its cutting wit and take-no-prisoners style is backed up by thoroughly researched facts, including facts that most of the media refuse to report."
-- Thomas Sowell, National Review
"The phrase 'political book of the year' is a usually an empty compliment, but if the phrase ever described any book, Adios America is it. In its pages, [Donald] Trump found the message that would convulse the Republican primary and upend the dynastic hopes of former-frontrunner Jeb Bush. Perhaps no single writer has had such immediate impact on a presidential election since Harriet Beecher Stowe."
--David Frum, The Atlantic
..".often-inflammatory, usually clever, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny..."
-- The Daily Beast
"Coulter's argument--that the media and our politicians conspire to keep information from us about the effects of mass immigration from non-Western countries, and that such immigration will destroy the fabric of the country--is virtually unassailable."
-- Ben Shapiro, Townhall
..".the best book she's ever written..."
--Gavin McInnes, co-founder of Vice
Reviews of Never Trust a Liberal Over 3 - Especially a Republican:
I love Coulter! I love how she thoroughly researches the facts that are entered in her books. No politically-correct nonsense, just the facts salted with humour and biting wit. -- Calea, Amazon purchase
I like her wit and pointing flaws in liberal policy. She's one of better spoken people I've heard and writes top notch. -- R. Swords, Amazon purchase
Reviews of Ann Coulter's High Crimes and Misdemeanors:
...reads like the closing argument of a long trial by a prosecutor who plainly hates the guilty bastard at the defense table... -- The Economist
Its sprightly style is a welcome relief from the lugubrious, Teutonic language in which Clinton defenders describe the unthinkable disaster of impeachment. -- The Wall Street Journal, Robert H. Bork