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“Any close election will be stolen by the Democrats,” said Coulter, a Trump supporter, Friday in an interview with Politico.


“I keep seeing these liberal journalists on TV saying, ‘there is no voter fraud,’” Coulter added. "And, oh my gosh, they cite the number of prosecutions.

“That’s because no one’s prosecuting it. It’s like saying there’s no lynchings because in the old South, no one prosecuted it. No, we’re not counting the number of prosecutions. That’s the whole point. If people got prosecuted, it wouldn’t happen.”

Coulter said most voters would agree with Trump’s policies if offered a blind choice between them and Clinton’s.

“You go send out your pollsters to all of the areas where [there’s] like the [Sen. Bernie] Sanders [I-Vt.] voters, Hispanic areas, black areas, and you down position papers,” she said. "Candidate A, candidate B.

“Then you tell them who it is, and you flip the page, and show whose positions are whose. Ask which one they support, and you know it’s going to be Trump.”

Coulter also told Politico that Trump could win more black voters than any Republican since former President Richard Nixon. Politico said Nixon won 32 percent of the non-white vote during the 1960 presidential election cycle.

“What is holding people back is that [Trump’s] being smeared from every media outlet,” she said.

“People are so hysterical and that sort of pressure can work on people,” the conservative commentator added. "People can be bullied.”

Trump has repeatedly told supporters the political process is “rigged” against outsider candidates like himself.

On Monday he urged his supporters to exercise vigilance for voting trickery while casting ballots this November.

“You’ve got to get every one of your friends,” he said during a rally in Akron, Ohio. "You’ve got to get everybody to go out and watch. And go out and vote.

“And when I say watch, you know what I’m talking about, right? You know what I’m talking about. I think you got to go out and you got to watch.”

Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, leads Trump by about 6 points nationwide, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls.