Earlier this week, Senate Republicans finally made their version of Donald Trump's Health Care Bill public. While it was expected that Democrats and liberals would quickly oppose the bill, many on the political right did as well, including Trump supporter and author Ann Coulter.

Coulter on Trumpcare

While former President Barack Obama was able to sign the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, into law back in January 2010, Republicans spent the better part of the next eight years doing whatever was in their power to push back and oppose it. Despite their efforts, the law was never in any serious jeopardy with Obama in the White House, especially after the Supreme Court upheld it during a lawsuit in 2012.

Fast forward to the 2016 presidential election and the candidacy of Donald Trump, who ran, in part, on the promise that he would repeal and replace Obamacare. Following his election win last November, and with Republicans in majority control of Congress, it was only a matter of time before a new health care bill would be drafted. After initially hitting a roadblock in the House of Representatives, Republicans were able to pass the president's bill, called "Trumpcare" by some, into the Senate, which was then released to the public this week. The reaction has been mostly negative, even from many conservatives, including Ann Coulter who addressed the issue during an interview on the Fox Business Channel on June 23.

Joining Fox Business host Stuart Varney on Friday was Ann Coulter, who didn't hold back her criticism of Donald Trump's health care bill.

"Their (GOP) health care bill is a total disaster," Coulter said, explaining, "The correct health care bill should be Obamacare stays for all the layabouts who want it." "Now there should be a one-sentence law that says there shall be a free market in health insurance," she continued.

Coulter continues

"Under the Republican health care bill, guess who is paying for transgender operations?" Ann Coulter rhetorically asked, before pointing to herself.

"Guess who still can't go to Memorial Sloan Kettering? Guess who will still be paying $700 a month for insurance?" she continued, before adding, "I don't want gambling addiction therapy." This isn't the first time that the outspoken conservative author has broken from her support of Donald Trump. In recent months, Coulter has ripped into the president over his decision to strike Syria, as well as his lack of progress on building a border wall between the United States and Mexico.

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