Does Media Pundit Ann Coulter Have A Boyfriend or Husband?

Ann Coulter does not have a husband as she is not married although she has had a number of boyfriends and had been engaged several times. She once dated Spin founder and publisher Bob Guccione Jr. and conservative writer Dinesh D’Souza.

In October 2007, she began dating Andrew Stein, the former president of the New York City Council, a liberal Democrat

Who is Ann Coulter?

Ann Coulter is a conservative apologist, Republican politician, author, public speaker, and above all as a media pundit. She has stirred several controversies that are often connected to her absolute uncompromising political conservative stance.

With a dozen book published so far – many of which made it to the New York Times Bestseller list – Ann’s name has been indelibly stamped on the sands of time.

Coulter, who is a right-wing pundit, has always been a staunch supporter of President Trump, and she also authored a book entitled, In Trump We Trust.

That notwithstanding, she has recently made news headlines, following a tweet she made regarding Trump’s recent policies on immigration and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). In the wake of the foregoing, we bring you details of Ann Coulter’s personal life.

Is Ann Coulter Married or Single?

Considering her overly controversial attitude, many people who know Ann Coulter wonder if she has ever been able to put up with any man.

The truth is that she has dated several men (including unlikely ones) over the years. But, while we would have loved to tell you that she has proved naysayers wrong by keeping any of the relationships, that has not happened so far. Ann Coulter is not married

One of her first instances of romance was with British actor James Tully. However, their fling hardly survived a year.

She has also dated publisher Robert Charles Guccione Jr. (more popular as Bob Guccione Jr). Bob is the eldest son of Bob Guccione Sr, the founder of the men’s magazine Penthouse.

The younger Bob founded the music magazine Spin. Like Ann Coulter, Bob’s controversial nature has never been hidden. You can only imagine the kind of rancorous relationship the duo must have had. And, hardly far from expectation, they ultimately broke up.

Another similar breed that Ann has been rumored to have dated is the conservative writer Dinesh D’Souza.

But, there has never been any firm confirmation that their relationship was romantic. It could have been based on shared ideologies.

After the above relationships failed, Ann Coulter probably wanted to see if opposites would attract.

She dated the liberal democrat Andrew Stein who is a former president of New York City Council. People could hardly understand how the two of them could ever agree.

But when Stein was prompted on this, he expressed the hope that the natural law of opposites attracting would work in their favor. It never did for long though as they broke up in about a year.

Who Is Ann Coulter’s Boyfriend Now?

After being involved in a string of failed relationships, the right-wing pundit continues her search in pursuit of true love and happiness.

Ann Coulter and Jimmie Walker
Ann Coulter and Jimmie Walker: Image source

Recently, after being seen severally with the veteran comic star Jimmie Walker, both of them have consistently and repeatedly denied that there was ever any romance going on between them.

It is equally rumored that she has been engaged several times, although none of these led to marriage at last. So, Coulter is supposedly single and has no kids.

But if you are wondering how this could be, you might have a clue in what Ann’s fellow pundit Kellyanne Conway revealed about her. Conway, who is also a Republican like Coulter, and who describes herself as Coulter’s friend, mentioned in 2017, that Coulter had been dating her security guard for the past ten years. According to Conway, it was because Coulter “couldn’t see anybody else.”

How Did Ann Coulter Earn Her Larger-than-life Reputation?

As already hinted, Ann Coulter’s fame has run mainly on controversies. Even her birth date has been a subject of public dispute.

While her driver’s license shows her birth date as December 8, 1963, and while she has used that officially in recent decades, in 2002, The Daily Beast Editor-at-large Lloyd Bennett Grove pointed out that Coulter had supplied December 8, 1961, as her birth date on the voters’ registry during the countdown to the 1980 Presidential Election.

When asked to confirm her real age based on the point Grove raised, Coulter declined to comment, citing privacy.

While the dispute about Ann Coulter’s real age is significant enough already, that is not exactly the kind of controversy on which her reputation has so far been built. Instead, it has had everything to do with her socio-political views, which she expresses without mincing words.

She began to grace news pages in the late 1990s as an outspoken critic of the Bill Clinton Administration. After she first appeared on a national TV as a legal correspondent for MSNBC in 1996, her first book entitled High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton was published in 1998.

The book was essentially a set of arguments for President Bill Clinton’s impeachment after the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal. Upon release, the book made it to the New York Bestseller list and helped to get Coulter’s name before millions of Americans and people across the world for the first time.

Since then, she has published 11 more books which are all critiques of liberalism and cases for conservatism in the American socio-political terrain.

Such clout has also earned the lawyer invitations to speak to high-profile audiences, especially in the US, where she draws both praises and criticisms in ample volumes. She also started making guest appearances on many TV and radio talk shows all over the nation as a result of her unique polemical approach to the liberalism-conservatism dialectics.

Background To Her Notoriety

Ann Coulter’s father was John Vincent Coulter, an FBI agent, while her mother was Nell Husbands Coulter (nee Martin). She was the last of three kids born to her parents and the only girl. Her elder brothers were named John and James Coulter.

They all lived and grew up in Connecticut. Her mother’s roots have been traced to a group of Puritans that settled in Plymouth in the American colonial days, which might offer a clue to her uncompromising conservative approach to life and politics.

Ann attended New Canaan High School in Connecticut before she proceeded to the Cornell University School of Arts, where she bagged a B.A. in 1984. While at Cornell, Ann was a founding editorial member of the conservative college journal, The Cornell Review. After that, she went further to the University of Michigan Law School, where she acquired her Juris Doctor degree in 1988.

Again, while she was in law school, Ann Coulter was an editor for the Michigan Law Review. What earned her that position was that she had been a notably vibrant student. She has always been outspoken sometimes, even to the detriment of her career. A story has it that she was fired from her MSNBC job because she made a rather callous remark about a Vietnam veteran.

In another foul-mouthed rant, she faced another sacking when she gave her opinion on dealing with Muslims by saying it would involve invasion, the slaughter of Islamic leaders, and the conversion of the rest to Christianity. It’s no surprise she is seen as a very controversial figure.

Ann is also a member of WASP (White Anglo Saxon Protestants), a fancy name for a group that is widely believed to have racist undertones. She has rather hard-lined stances on immigration and makes her point well-known concerning these issues.

Chike Echebiri
Chike Echebiri
A techie in the day and a writer at night with interest that spans across politics, technology and sports. I am a student of life whose major source of frustration is Arsenal’s inability to win trophies


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