Ann Coulter is an American conservative social and political commentator, writer, columnist, and lawyer. Coulter has authored over 12 books relating to the political economy of the US over her career.
Some of her books that have been best sellers are— In Trump We Trust, Adios- America, and Never Trust a Liberal Over Three-Especially a Republican. She has garnered a nation-wide following among conservative minds through her numerous public appearances as a guest speaker among audiences which awe her supporters and sometimes irritate Democrats.
Her comments are respected among media outlets and has frequently appeared in many top media channels like CNN and BBC. She has also been featured in many TV shows like Hannity, Piers Morgan, Red Eye, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, Fox & Friends, Dr. Drew, Entertainment Tonight, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, among others. Here some interesting facts about her:
1.Ann Coulter net worth is estimated to be $10 million
Even though Ann publicly has never revealed her exact net worth, her successes in various fields, as well as her ownership, gives us a broad idea that this number is very close to her net worth today. As of 2018, Ann Coulter net worth is estimated to be $10 million. From films to successful books as well as her work as a political commentator and lawyer, it is safe to say that she is a veteran of political ideas. Coulter is the owner of a huge house in Palm Beach, Florida. She also has 2 other homes as well. One of them is 300 East 77th Street.
She reportedly bought it in the year 2003 for $1.5 million. The value of these properties would surely have increased many-a-fold during this time which definitely justifies the amount $10 million as her net worth. This is not it. Her net worth might be even higher than this if she has other assets that she has not disclosed to the public. In her own website, she promotes her books among popular ones like “Adios, America!” and “In Trump We Trust”, which offer her royalty payments as well.
2.Early Life and Education
Coulter was born on December 8, 1961, in New York City. She was raised by Republican parents in a conservative household. She studied at New Canaan High School from where she graduated in 1980. Later she went on to study history at Cornell University from where she graduated with a Cum Laude in 1984. Coulter helped found The Cornell Review and was a member of the Delta Gamma national sorority during her time at Cornell University.
She continued her studies by attending her J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School in 1988. Such an educational, as well as family background, would go on to cement her path as a conservative in her career in the coming years. During her time getting a degree, she was also working as an editor of the Michigan Law Review and trained at the National Journalism Center.
3.She is a legal correspondent.
Soon after finishing her studies, Coulter started to work as a law clerk at Pasco Bowman II of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Over the years she gained valuable practical knowledge and had reached a moment in her career by 2000 that she was even considering to run for Congress. Coulter, who has been very driven throughout her career then started making many public appearances as well as writing books which helped to spread both her name as well as a message to the general public.
Today she has close to 2 million Twitter followers where she spreads about the ideas she believes in. This has helped her to appear in three films over the years namely “Feeding the Beast”, “FahrenHYPE 9/11” and “Is It True What They Say About Ann?”
Coulter is also the legal correspondent for Human Events and writes a popular syndicated column for Universal Press Syndicate.
4.She has denied dating JJ Walker.
Coulter, who has been pictured several times with Walker, has denied such allegations on her official Twitter page. This had been in many news outlets after “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris had reported that they were a couple and they even had dinner together.
Walker, who has made his name in the entertainment industry and rose to fame with “Dy-no-mite” catchphrase is said to only be a close friend according to Coulter.
5.Some of her comments like “Illegal Aliens” have raised many eyebrows.
Among many other controversies, she has constantly made bold comments regarding immigration in the US. This is definitely a delicate topic and such comments heavily created heat around her. Her concept of modern conservatism isn’t universally accepted. Once, even Chrissy Teigen showed her discontentment with her on Twitter, as her tweet “Announcing the opening of Shithole Air — Free, 1-way travel, back to the country of your choice,”.
Coulter, who is a big supporter of Trump, caused international widespread outrage with such comments. But she has still stood confidently for what she believes in and continues to use comments like “Illegal aliens” to get her point across on topics regarding immigration.