After canceling her planned speech at the University of California-Berkeley, conservative commentator Ann Coulter will sit down with Sean Hannity tonight to discuss the controversy surrounding the event.

The speech was originally scheduled to take place Thursday – but Berkeley asked to postpone it until next month amid threats of violent protests.

Coulter had vowed to speak at a public square at the university on Thursday, but that will no longer be happening.

Coulter told FoxNews.com that the event was canceled after Young America’s Foundation, a conservative youth organization, pulled its support.

“I looked over my shoulder and my allies had joined the other team,” Coulter said.

She blasted the "censorship" in a string of tweets...

Don't miss the must-see interview tonight on Hannity at 10:00 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel. Plus, hear from Newt Gingrich  and  TMZ's Harvey Levin, who is calling out the media's anti-Trump coverage.


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