Ann Coulter Blasts Trump and Demands He ‘Break Ground’ on Wall

Ann Coulter continued her attacks on President Donald Trump late into Friday night, tweeting just before midnight:

‘NO MORE WORDS! Break ground today.”

Coulter’s tweet was in response to a Trump tweet had also posted late Friday night where he said that agreeing to the resolution to fund the government for three weeks was “in no way a concession.”

Most people, however, viewed Trump’s actions as a concession where he agreed to end the shutdown he had caused, and got nothing in return. Trump signed the resolution on Friday night, but it has no funding for his promised border wall with Mexico.

“I wish people would read or listen to my words on the Border Wall,” Trump wrote. “This was in no way a concession. It was taking care of millions of people who were getting badly hurt by the Shutdown with the understanding that in 21 days, if no deal is done, it’s off to the races!”

Coulter was one of the conservatives blamed for influencing Trump and helping to spark the shutdown back in December. After the announcement that Trump was caving to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on wall funding, Coulter began her attacks on the president. She lashed out at Trump in a tweetstorm after the news broke that a deal had been reached and the shutdown was over.

She wrote, “Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: As of today, he is no longer the biggest wimp ever to serve as President of the United States.”

Then she continued her tweetstorm, writing:

Obviously the gov’t shutdown hasn’t gone far enough if the corrupt & incompetent FBI still has funds for a Keystone Cops stunt like the pre-dawn raid on Roger Stone.

Sure feel safer today, with the feds taking Roger Stone off the streets.  No need for a border wall now. Nothing to fear from MS-13. #OurTaxDollarsAtWork

Trump tweets about Roger Stone raid, “Who alerted CNN to be there?”  Just think! If you were president, you could haul the FBI director’s ass into the Oval Office and ask him yourself.

Maybe the solution to the border crisis is not deporting 22 million illegals but one Jared Kushner.

Coulter’s attacks on Trump are very significant. She is a voice from the right-wing who the president looks to as a gauge of the level of his support among his conservative voter base.

When she said right before the shutdown began that she would not vote for Trump again in 2020 without a border wall, this upset him. He recognized that many of those who had voted for him in 2016 feel the same way, and this is a big reason he closed the government last month.

She has been a huge supporter in the past and in 2016 published the book “In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!” But she said a few weeks ago that Trump’s presidency would be a “joke” if he gave in to Democrats by signing government funding legislation that didn’t include money for a border wall.

She warned him not to cave, but yesterday he caved, and she is not happy. As Trump’s approval ratings keep falling, even among Republicans, this is really bad news.

If Trump has lost Ann Coulter, it is probably true that he has also lost the nation.