Whose dating ann coulter


17-Mar-2017 13:32

The tall blonde pundit told the New York Post that the rumor spreads every once in a while, but “it’s never been true.” The rumor spread again courtesy of Norman Lear, 94, the famed producer of progressive 1970s TV comedies like “All in the Family,” “The Jeffersons” and “Good Times,” on which Walker skyrocketed to fame for his “Dy-no-mite” catchphrase.

In an Entertainment Weekly interview with “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris, Lear said that Walker, 69, dates Coulter.

“But I’ll tell you something about him that’ll astound you: He dates Ann Coulter.” Lear goes on to explain that he once sat with Walker and Coulter at dinner and that she turned out to be “a dreamy, delicious, sweet person.” He insists that this has been going on “for some time.” The relationship of these two goes all the way back in 2013 and speculation of the two dating goes back to then.

In fact when White Supremacists found out about the alleged pair they basically freaked out.

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.

I definitely don’t think she’s dating Jimmie Walker.” Coulter apparently had a good laugh over the rumor resurfacing, telling the Post that Walker is “hilarious.” He’s also a Republican, she added, which would definitely make him acceptable friend material in Coulter’s book.

Coulter also took to Twitter to deny the rumor: This isn’t the first time Coulter has had to clarify her relationship status with Walker.

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Apparently Ann Coulter and Jimmie Walker are dating.

Coulter herself insisted that she was not dating Walker in a Huff Post Live back interview in 2013.




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