Ann Coulter: Deport Nikki Haley
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“Trump should deport Nikki Haley,” Coulter tweeted about GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump as the governor talked about vetting immigrants.

Coulter continued, lambasting Haley for her stance on allowing immigrants into the country.

Haley is the daughter of immigrants from India. She is widely considered to be a potential vice presidential candidate this year, in part because of her response to the shooting at an African-American church in Charleston, S.C., last year. 

Haley broke with some in the Republican Party when she called for her state to stop displaying the Confederate flag. 

Coulter said that Haley was unqualified to deal with the flag because she's an "immigrant." 

"I'd really like to like Nikki Haley since she is a Republican, but on the other hand, she's an immgrant and does not understand America's history," Coulter said in July.