Ann Coulter blasts out Twitter storm: ‘DACA love-fest worse than Wolff book’


Conservative columnist Ann Coulter mounted a Twitter attack against President Donald J. Trump on Tuesday. She was furious about what she termed his televised “DACA lovefest” in a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers Tuesday, which she says is going to hurt Trump more than any other controversy.

During a White House meeting with lawmakers on Tuesday, Trump said Congress was hoping to pass a “bill of love,” to address the terminated Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

“I hope we’re going to come up with an answer for DACA,” Trump said.

His statement prompted criticism from Coulter, who is a staunch supporter of tough border security and immigration reform.

In her first Tweet, Coulter wrote: “Trump, flanked by Dems & open-borders GOPS, announces plan for 100% open-ended amnesty (per courts).”


Coulter continued expressing her dismay regarding the president’s DACA plans tweeting a number of comments (see below) including a prediction that proceeding with amnesty would be detrimental to Trump.

“Nothing Michael Wolff could say about @realDonaldTrump has hurt him as much as the DACA lovefest right now,” Coulter tweeted, referring to the author of a controversial new book called “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” which the president and members of his administration have called fictitious.

The White House and Congress are under pressure to reach a solution before DACA officially expires on March 5. Trump wants his promised wall along the southern border to be a part of any DACA deal.

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