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Norman Lear has confirmed it: Ann Coulter is dating Jimmie Walker.
In speaking about the show “Good Times,” Lear said that he knew Walker’s role on the show “could make him a star” before he dropped the news: “I love him.
Once Coulter was on a roll, she threw mud at Lawrence O’Donnell and Bill Maher, the host of “Real Time” on HBO: “These are not people who have black friends, who know black people,” she continued.
“Oh sorry, except for Lawrence O’Donnell and Bill Maher, who date black gals, so they think they’re freedom riders.” The funny thing is, I doubt that Ann Coulter has any black friends.
“Best of friends, love him, no romance,” the conservative political commentator, 55, tweeted.
Coulter’s comments came two days after Lear, 94, claimed she and Walker, 69, were an item.
He’s a wonderful guy, but I’ll tell you something about him that’ll astound you: He dates Ann Coulter.”“I am as serious as I can be, and I spent an evening at the same table with them, so I know,” Lear continued.
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During an October 2013 interview with The Huffington Post, Coulter said Walker was the one “spreading that rumor.” She denied that they were a couple, but confirmed that the comedian is one of her close friends.
” Rumors have swirled online about the status of Coulter and Walker’s relationship for years.
“I love [Walker]; he’s a wonderful guy, but I’ll tell you something about him that’ll astound you: He dates Ann Coulter,” Lear told Black-ish creator Kenya Barris during an interview with Entertainment Weekly on Monday, April 3.
Lear then claimed that he and his wife, Lyn Lear, had dinner with Coulter and Walker, adding that Coulter was “a dreamy, delicious, sweet person.” Barris, 42, was surprised by the TV icon’s comment. Frequent Fox News contributor and far right political pundit Ann Coulter is promoting a new book, thus we can all expect to get served double doses of extra-hot foolishness–otherwise known as “Quotes from Ann”–over the next few weeks as Ms. On her visit to a Fox News morning show to promote “Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama” Ms.