Morgan asked Coulter if she is uncomfortable that her "old buddies over at Fox News" are getting in hot water over the issue.
"No, I'm insanely jealous of Megyn Kelly," Coulter said. "I wish liberals would jump on me for saying something so obvious."
Morgan repeatedly asked if Coulter thinks Santa and Jesus are white.
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"I don't know if you know this, Piers, but a lot of the Santas you see at department stores, those are fakes," Coulter answered. "He lives at the North Pole. You go find black Santa at the North Pole. He's white, Piers."
Jesus, she noted, was a real person.
"He was a Jew," she said. "If you want to tell me Jews aren't white, OK. He's Jewish, so [he's] whatever that is.
"He's not black," Coulter said. "He's middle eastern. Maybe he's beige, Piers."
Turning to the controversy over conservative criticism of Pope Francis
, Coulter, said the statement she finds most surprising is when he said what many interpreted to mean you don't have to be Christian to go to heaven.
"Look, you may think that. Maybe a lot of people think that. But if you're head of the RNC you're not supposed to be saying, 'Hey, don't bother voting Republican. That isn't supposed to be your position," Coulter said.
Morgan suggested that perhaps the pope just believes in inclusiveness.
"But if you're head of the Catholic Church and your position is, eh, join any church — in fact you don't even have to be a Christian — maybe you could get a show on CNN, but maybe you shouldn't be head of the Catholic Church," Coulter said.
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