Ann Coulter targeted MSNBC hosts in a recent "Fox and Friends" appearance about her new book.
Coulter visited the morning show to discuss her book "Mugged," which alleges racial bias on the left, on Tuesday. "And the Democrats have a lot to be apologetic about," she said. "They really do," co-host Steve Doocy agreed.
She took aim at MSNBC host Chris Matthews over his allegations that Mitt Romney and the Republican party are playing the "race card" in order to get votes. Matthews recently defended those accusations, saying that even people in other countries like Mozambique and Jamaica have personally thanked him for speaking out.
Coulter said that that he had to refer to "black people in other countries" because "here in America, he doesn’t have any black friends. He doesn’t have any black neighbors." She said there was "not a black face" at Matthews' son's wedding, and said if that were true for a Republican, he would be "convicted of racism."
She also hit out at Rachel Maddow, who she claimed introduces her black guests as "wicked smart" or "special."
"This is not a person that is comfortable around black people," Coulter alleged.
"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."
Clarification: Language has been changed to specify more particularly Matthews' claims of international support.
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