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Shannon Coulter quit her job as a New York City litigator in 2016 to move to Ghana to live with her husband and become a missionary.
And how did Coulter get to Ghana? She appeared on Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on Wednesday, saying she gave up her “dreams of taking on cases for big money” and entered into a relationship with her husband, John, whom she met in a bar in their first week of moving out there.
Coulter is a vocal supporter of Donald Trump and is the national field director for “Indivisible”, a grassroots organization of Republicans who oppose the president.
“[John] is my hero,” Coulter told Cavuto. “He’s a wonderful human being, and he’s not involved with any political group. He’s not a member of the tea party or any of those conservative groups. He just did the right thing.”
Coulter said she and her husband had planned to be missionaries even before they met.
“I was flying around the world on a missionary program, saving babies,” she said.
She also worked for the Air Force and at the United Nations before getting into the law.
Coulter said that her husband “never knew what he wanted to do” in life until he met her.
“He got what he wanted, and he gets to do what he wants,” she said.
Watch the full interview above.
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