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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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Detained migrants (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) and Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo (

President Donald Trump's immigration reforms are drawing criticism again after deciding to deport an 11-year-old girl without her family. One of those critics is the Chief of Police in Houston, Texas, Art Acevedo.

Acevedo took to Twitter to express his outrage over the recent family separation directed by the Trump administration.

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U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) answers questions during related primarily to his announcement that he will not run for office again in the 2018 midterm election. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was an executive action taken by President Barack Obama in 2012 due to inaction on immigration reform, specifically the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act. The law was meant to address the question of what to do about the undocumented immigrants brought into the United States as children by their parents.

Do you punish a person for an action they had no control over?

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U.S. President Donald Trump during a bill signing ceremony in the Roosevelt Room of the White House that nullify measures put in place during former President Obama's administration. (Photo by Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty Images)

At 5:46am EST, as a comment on a Tweet he made at 5:25am about the Academy Awards, President Donald Trump decided to call out former President Barack Obama and Democrats on DACA.

Ignoring the total non sequitur aspect of his comment to his own Oscars Tweet, the president's message contains a few inaccuracies. But the Twitterverse came through to correct him.

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Everyone seems to agree that immigration policy in the U.S. is ripe for an overhaul, but there is little consensus on how to go about it.

Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, for instance, has proposed creating a path to citizenship for immigrants living in the U.S. Few conservatives, on the other hand, are willing to go that far. And though GOP leadership has acknowledged that Republicans  cannot win the White House without rethinking their approach to immigration policy, current GOP front runner, Donald Trump, continues to call for mass deportation; his now infamous inflammatory assertions that Mexican immigrants were criminals and “rapists” may have lost him a clothing line at Macy’s, but his overall support base in the party remains strong -- signaling a divide within the Republican party.

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