The newest chapter in the NBC-Ann Coulter feud didn’t even take a day to develop. Coulter appeared tonight on FNC’s “Hannity & Colmes” to promote her new book, and the very first question from Sean Hannity related to the NBC cancellation.
“I know the whole thing was a set up to block me from other TV shows,” said Coulter, who said she was “very upset about this.”
She also said “I love you, Harry Smith” while promoting her CBS’ The Early Show appearance. “I think if my book does well I can buy NBC,” said Coulter.
Earlier this evening NBC told TVNewser they had offered Coulter a segment on Wednesday’s show, but it didn’t sound like she’d be showing up. “I think I’ll accept and then cancel at the last minute,” she said.
Alan Colmes took NBC’s side. “Isn’t there like a war going on in the Mideast?” he asked. “Isn’t it sometimes you re-book guests because of a war going on?”
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