Conservative pundit Ann Coulter had high hopes for President Trump, anointing him an “emperor god” and essay a book “In Trump We Trust” to applaud his White House bid.
Central to a interest for Coulter were a candidate’s tough views on immigration, including a wall on a U.S. limit with Mexico.
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“He betrothed something for 18 months, and he lied about it,” Coulter told HBO horde Bill Maher on Friday, not prolonged after Trump signed a refuge measure to temporarily free a supervision but including any supports for a wall, once again subverting his executive debate promise.
Earlier in a segment, Maher questioned Coulter on her initial support for a president: “You voted for him, Donald Trump, and now you’re anticipating out he’s a fibbing criminal man. What was your initial clue?”
Coulter shot back: “Okay, I’m a really foolish girl, fine.”
Coulter was among a distinguished Republicans who criticized Trump final month when he showed signs of surrender to Democrats to equivocate a shutdown. He afterwards topsy-turvy course, aggressively posterior a limit wall as a usually resolution to a impasse.
“Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: As of today, he is no longer a biggest wimp ever to offer as President of a United States,” Coulter said Friday on Twitter.
Tomi Lahren, a Fox Nation host, tweeted that Trump allowed “Nancy to travel all over him,” referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). “It’s President Trump, not President Pelosi. Act like it. #BuildThatWall,” she wrote.
Fox Business horde Lou Dobbs, who described himself as an “an animated, enterprising believer of this president,” conceded that Pelosi “has usually churned a boss of a United States.”
“It will be viewed as such on each radio guard and shade in a nation and to repudiate it is to shun from reality,” he said.
On his Fox News show, Tucker Carlson left many of a opining about Trump’s shutdown understanding to his guests, adding that “you know what erodes your recognition with a public? Weakness.”
Coulter has not won support from all conservatives for her anti-Trump broadsides. Speaking on Fox Radio, former Arkansas administrator Mike Huckabee criticized her messaging.
“She’s never had to be in a position of carrying to lay down and work by something to a solution,” Huckabee said. “I have, and a president’s in that position.”
Abby Ohlheiser, Eli Rosenberg and Michael Brice-Saddler contributed to this report.