In an interview with BBC Radio 4 on Wednesday, conservative columnist Ann Coulter, author of “¡Adios America! The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole,” stressed discussed the candidacy of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and the issue of immigration in the United States.
According to Coulter, the U.S. public has soured on the influx of immigrants to the United States from third-world countries.
“Americans don’t want immigration.” Coulter said. “They don’t want anymore. Why can’t we have a home?”
Coulter explained how the Republican Party has been getting it wrong on this issue, which she said is reflected by Trump’s popularity. However, she warned of dire consequences if Trump is not elected.
“It’s over,” she replied. “We’re going to be homesick for the rest of our lives because America is gone.”