DEUTSCH: Before we’re off the air, you were talking
about Bill Clinton. Is there anything you want to say
about Clinton? No?
Ms. ANN COULTER: No.
DEUTSCH: OK. All right. Did you find him attractive?
Was that what it was?
Ms. COULTER: No!
DEUTSCH: You don’t find him attractive?
Ms. COULTER: No. OK, fine, I’ll say it on air.
DEUTSCH: Most women find him attractive.
Ms. COULTER: No.
DEUTSCH: OK, say it on air.
Ms. COULTER: I think that sort of rampant promiscuity
does show some level of latent homosexuality.
DEUTSCH: OK, I think you need to say that again. That
Bill Clinton, you think on some level, has — is a
latent homosexual, is that what you’re saying?
Ms. COULTER: Yeah. I mean, not sort of just completely
anonymous — I don’t know if you read the Starr report,
the rest of us were glued to it, I have many passages
memorized. No, there was more plot and dialogue in a
[The conversation swings a bit before Deutsch moves it
back to Big Gay Bill.]
DEUTSCH: I’m not paying any attention. I’m still stuck
on Bill Clinton. Don’t — now, isn’t that an example of
mean-spirted? Isn’t that just a mean-spirited low
blow? No pun intended.
Ms. COULTER: No. Which part of what I said?
DEUTSCH: I think this…
Ms. COULTER: Well, you can read high crimes and
misdemeanors if he wants some low blows.
DEUTSCH: OK. No, no. Here’s a — here’s a president of
the United States…
Ms. COULTER: There’s merely a comment.
DEUTSCH: …a former president of the United States, and
just saying, `You know what? I think he has latent
Ms. COULTER: No. I think anyone with that level of
promiscuity where, you know, you — I mean, he didn’t
know Monica’s name until their sixth sexual encounter.
There is something that is — that is of the bathhouse
DEUTSCH: But what is the homosexual — that’s — you
could say somebody who maybe doesn’t celebrate women
the way he should or just is that he’s a hound dog?
Ms. COULTER: No. It’s just random, is this obsession
DEUTSCH: But where’s the — but where’s the homosexual
part of that? I’m — once again, I’m speechless here.
Ms. COULTER: It’s reminiscent of a bathhouse. It’s
just this obsession with your own — with your own
DEUTSCH: But why is that homosexual? You could say
Ms. COULTER: Right.
DEUTSCH: You could say nymphomaniac.
Ms. COULTER: Well, there is something narcissistic
about homosexuality. Right? Because you’re in love
with someone who looks like you. I’m not breaking new
territory here... why are you looking at me like that?