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The woman who wrote two books singing the praises of President Donald Trump, Ann Coulter, now sings a different tune. Increasingly frustrated over his broken campaign promises—like his border wall paid for by Mexico, Coulter criticizes the President almost daily.

Often railing against immigrants from certain parts of the world—like her Fox News counterparts Laura Ingraham and Tomi Lahren—Coulter was particularly riled by Trump's recently announced plan to compromise with Democrats on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and reopen a pathway for DREAMers to gain citizenship. DREAMers—so named for the proposed Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act—were in the news this week as the Supreme Court heard arguments for and against Trump's plan to end DACA.

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While much of the United States expressed dismay over presidential racist Twitter posts and MAGA rallies. some conservatives attacked President Donald Trump for not going far enough. Ann Coulter, former right wing media juggernaut wrote the book In Trump We Trust, but changed from praise to criticism after the President failed to keep his campaign promises.

Coulter posted frequent Twitter posts asking why there was no wall at the southern border. In response to her tweets, Trump called Coulter a "Wacky Nut Job."

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Conservative firebrand Ann Coulter tore into President Donald Trump's handling of American immigration policy in an interview on Firing Line with Margaret Hoover that will air Friday night.

Coulter, whose support of Trump fizzled in the wake of the last government shutdown, was asked by Hoover to opine on the ongoing chaos at the southern border.

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You know it's bad when far-Right author Ann Coulter is giving advice to Democrats.

With many Trump supporters declaring victory after Attorney General William Barr submitted a summary of the Mueller Report to Congress asserting that the Special Counsel couldn't establish collusion between the Trump Campaign and Russian operatives, Coulter gave advice on how Liberals should move forward.

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Conservative pundit Ann Coulter is the author of 13 books with the last two dedicated to a man she greatly admired: President Donald Trump. But since her last book—Resistance Is Futile! How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind—left the presses in 2018, the relationship soured.

When the President signed a CRA to reopen the government, Coulter called him a wimp. Now that the President has agreed to sign a funding bill and to try declaring a national emergency to get his border wall money, Coulter is officially done.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced on Thursday that President Donald Trump will sign a bipartisan spending bill to prevent another shutdown while also declaring a national emergency in a last-ditch effort to erect a wall at the southern border.

McConnell reportedly urged the president not to invoke his emergency powers but is standing by him anyway.

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On Friday, President Donald Trump announced a deal with Democrats to re-open the government for three weeks while negotiations on border security continue. The interim funding will allow federal employees in the nine agencies impacted by the shutdown to get paid and go back to work, but Ann Coulter immediately criticized the decision.

While most people in the United States applaud an end to the financial hardships being faced due to Trump's power play to force Congress to give him the billions of dollars he wants for his border wall, not everyone sees the greater good as motivation for compromise.

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