Ann Coulter's nasty comment on Trump protesters' bodies spur major backlash

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Ann Coulter sparked major backlash on Monday when she sent out a tweet stating, "If only people with at least 4 grandparents born in America were voting, Trump would win in a 50-state landslide."

This week, Coulter has yet again thrust herself in the spotlight -- this time, for mocking the appearances of female Trump protesters.

In 2 separate tweets, Coulter shared images of women holding up anti-Trump signs with captions saying that "without fat girls, there would be no protests," and that the protesters "need Atkins," a well-known fad diet.

Twitter users were quick to jump to the defense of the protesters and call out Coulter for her body shaming.

See social media reactions to her tweet:

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. @AnnCoulter My jaw is dropped. HOW ARE YOU THAT EVIL/MEAN/RUDE? May you never have a daughter or even be around children.
@thealisonbecker @AnnCoulter Maybe Ann Coulter should have her Adam's Apple shaved down before attacking someone else's looks.
@MELANIATRUMP looks like your cyber bullying campaign needs to begin NOW @AnnCoulter
@AnnCoulter oh please be kind! Just once! It feels good! X
@AnnCoulter Ann!! why kick hornet's nests???? I'm not w/that type of ugly language-I DON'T CARE IF THE OTHER SIDE IS. SUPPOSED 2 B BETTER!🇺🇸
.@AnnCoulter Fact: dinosaurs and humans roamed the earth together. Fact: Trump supporters are the shining example o… https://t.co/EexnhV36zK
@AnnCoulter You are a horrible, vile, wretched, sorry excuse for a human being. You represent everything that is wrong with this world.
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At the time of writing, Coulter has yet to apologize for the tweets. We wouldn't hold our breath on that one.

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