Ann Coulter sarcastically blasted the “poor liberal foundlings of East Hampton” to Page Six after being accused by attendees at the East Hampton Library’s Authors Night of pocketing money meant to go to the library by selling her own DVDs for cash.
The right-wing pundit had a booth at the benefit — along with attendees such as Alec Baldwin and Jessica Seinfeld — to promote her tome “In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!”
Authors sold their books with all proceeds going to the library. But a spy huffed that Coulter “made a handwritten sign and sold her DVD for cash.” The source said the DVDs “were going for $25 . . . When an organizer approached and removed the sign, [Coulter] threw a fit and said, ‘It doesn’t matter anyway, I just sold out of all of them.’ ”
A library rep said, “If she was doing that, we weren’t aware. If someone saw this, we apologize . . . She might not have been aware of the standard operating procedure.” When asked if the library received money from the DVD sales, event co-chair Sheila Rogers told us, “No.”