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She then moved to New York City where she briefly worked in private practice, specializing in corporate law.
After the 1994 Republican (Gingrich) Revolution and their takeover of the US Congress, Coulter landed a job within the US Senate Judiciary Committee, working under Senator Spencer Abraham, handling crime and immigration issues.
(Pacific Coast News)more pics Ann Coulter is best known for stirring the pot when it comes to politics and rarely ever speaks about her romantic life, probably because it would disrupt the tough as nails, icy image she's cultivated over the years.
That said, Coulter has an interesting dating history that's all over the map.
” For years, rumors have swirled (no pun intended) that the two were an item.
Dinesh D’Souza, the conservative commentator who is receiving a pardon from President Donald Trump, has dated several prominent pundits, including Laura Ingraham and Ann Coulter. Trump revealed on May 31, 2018 that he was pardoning D’Souza, who was convicted of making an illegal campaign contribution.
However, Coulter did confirm the two were close friends.
In 2013, during an appearance with Coulter denied any romantic ties to Walker and said that he was the one “spreading that rumor” about their relationship.
pic.twitter.com/N1WChcg QGV— Ann Coulter (@Ann Coulter) September 21, 2018Between 19, Ann served as correspondent for the MSNBC network, but was suspended twice in the course of the eight months and eventually dismissed.She dated Spin magazine's founder Bob Guccione, Jr. Coulter then moved on to conservative writer and commentator Dinesh D' Souza, but after that romance flamed out, Coulter went in a completely different direction, dating Andrew Stein, a well known liberal Democrat and homer president of the New York City Council.Stein and Coulter were a strange pairing indeed, and they knew it.BBC provided further details, reporting that D’Souza “was convicted of making an illegal campaign contribution of ,000…in 2014 to a New York politician.D’Souza was sentenced to five years of probation for violating federal campaign law.” According to the FBI press release in the case, D’Souza’s defense revolved around a claim of selective prosecution.