Ann Coulter was born on Dec. 8, 1961, in New York City and rose to prominence as a legal consultant on MSNBC. She is known for highly controversial remarks regarding Jews, 9/11 victims and Democrats, among others.
Coulter has established herself as a provocative figure, beginning with her dismissal from MSNBC after antagonizing a Vietnam war veteran. She has written several books, including "High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton" and "If Democrats Had Brains, They'd Be Republicans." In 2014, Coulter was the subject of widespread ridicule after she made a controversial statement regarding kidnapped Nigerian girls. Jokes and images mocking Coulter were widely circulated on social media.