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At one point in The Daily Beast feature interview with magazine founder Bob Guccione Jr., the topic of a certain ex-girlfriend comes up:“It was shtick when I knew her,” he says of his ex-girlfriend’s penchant for provoking liberals with outrageous remarks.

“She became infatuated with her exploding celebrity, and really got caught up in that Republican heroine thing, and forgot that it was shtick.”To which Coulter retorts: “Guccione’s greatest achievements were creating Spin magazine in the ’80s and getting me to date him briefly in the ’90s.

Ann Coulter had several boyfriend but no husband so far. While Ann Coulter is known as right-wing conservative reporter, writer and journalist, Andrew Stein is liberal politician from Democratic Party.

This couple was good example of how opposites attract each other.

Ann Coulter on the red carpet for the presitgious Time 100 Gala, held at the Frederick G Rose Hall in New York City.

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Television networks and other press were trying to track me down to interview me about his dying.For some reason, a lot of people found this false alarm message very interesting and spread it further.Special attention triggered probably, that this would mean that Ann is dating black guy.We thoroughly enjoyed Lloyd Grove’s 30th anniversary look back at Spin magazine.The mid-to-late 1980s were a time when print magazines mattered a great deal more and, in the case of Spin, Ike Turner having a lot to do with the publication’s early success.Stein was quoted as saying, "She's attacked a lot of my friends, but what can I say, opposites attract."Since Coulter and Stein wen their separate ways four years ago, Ann has kept off the dating market for the most part, building her career as a Republican firebrand and Fox News contributor.