"I love [Walker]; he's a wonderful guy, but I'll tell you something about him that'll astound you: He dates Ann Coulter," Lear told Black-ish creator Kenya Barris during an interview with Entertainment Weekly on Monday, April 3.
Lear then claimed that he and his wife, Lyn Lear, had dinner with Coulter and Walker, adding that Coulter was "a dreamy, delicious, sweet person."Barris, 42, was surprised by the TV icon's comment.
Barris, 42, had been picking Lear's brain about his experiences in television when the conversation veered toward the 'phenomenon' that was Walker's character, J. Though the couple may seem an odd pairing at first glance, a closer look at their political views shows that it may not be so far-fetched after all.
Walker is also a supporter of Bill Clinton's anti-welfare policies.
In his memoir, he writes that he voted for Ronald Reagan.
This couple was good example of how opposites attract each other.
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Lear then explains how he and his wife, Lyn, once had dinner with Walker, 69, and Coulter, whom he describes as a "dreamy, delicious, sweet person." This isn't the first time Coulter has had to clarify her relationship status.
"Best of friends, love him, no romance," she tweeted.
Lear, 94, recently set the rumor mill in motion in an interview with "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris for Entertainment Weekly.
In an interview later with The Blade, Walker was asked if the two share political views. “But that is what is missing in this country today: you should still be able to have friendships with people with whom you have philosophical differences with.