If you missed the incredible ownage she received on Canadian television then you have to view it here.
Coulter: “Canada used to be one of our most loyal friends and vice-versa. I mean Canada sent troops to Vietnam – was Vietnam less containable and more of a threat than Saddam Hussein?”
McKeown interrupts: “Canada didn’t send troops to Vietnam.”
Coulter: “I don’t think that’s right.”
McKeown: “Canada did not send troops to Vietnam.”
Coulter (looking desperate): “Indochina?”
McKeown: “Uh no. Canada …second World War of course. Korea. Yes. Vietnam No.”
Coulter: “I think you’re wrong.”
She’s a professional troll who gets people to buy her books because she doesn’t look like a typical conservative (overweight and balding). She strikes again by calling a member of the White House press corps an “old Arab”.
Coulter observed, among other things, that Guckert/Gannon was a better reporter than The New York Times’ Maureen Dowd and his “only offense is that he may be gay.” Nothing unexpected there, but Coulter also wrote: “Press passes can’t be that hard to come by if the White House allows that old Arab Helen Thomas to sit within yards of the president.”
Link. Her attention getting techniques are so obvious, like a girl who flicks her hair several times when you refuse to note her presence.