Conservative pundit Ann Coulter tore into Romney campaign spokesperson Andrea Saul on Wednesday night, urging the campaign to fire Saul after she touted the former governor's health care overhaul in Massachusetts. Coulter is one of a number of conservatives who condemned Saul's comments.
Coulter's comments, via Mediaite:
Anyone who donates to Mitt Romney, and I mean the big donors, ought to say if Andrea Saul isn’t fired and off the campaign tomorrow, they are not giving another dime, because it is not worth fighting for this man if this is the kind of spokesman he has…
There’s no point in you doing your show, there’s no point in going to the convention and pushing for this man if he’s employing morons like this. This ad is the turning point and she has nearly snatched victory from the jaws of defeat! She should be off the campaign.
Saul was defending Romney against a Priorities USA Action ad in which a steelworker connects his wife's death with losing his health insurance after Bain Capital took over his plant. Saul said the wife would have had insurance if she had lived in Massachusetts.