Trump FIRES BACK At Ann Coulter Over Her Recent Attacks

Trump FIRES BACK At Ann Coulter Over Her Recent Attacks

President Donald Trump fired back at conservative author Ann Coulter on Sunday over her recent comments.

While speaking with The Wall Street Journal, the president was asked about the short-term deal that he signed on Friday, which temporarily reopened the federal government until Feb. 15, but it does not include any upfront money for the border wall.

Trump was asked about Coulter attacking him over the measure.

“I hear she’s become very hostile. Maybe I didn’t return her phone call or something,” Trump responded.

On Friday, Coulter had a full-blown Twitter meltdown after Trump reached a deal to reopen the government and fired off several tweets going after the president.

“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,” she wrote.

In a second tweet, Coulter wrote: “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,” she said.

In a fourth tweet, she added, “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.”


Coulter, like many, certainly was not too happy about the short-term deal reached on Friday.

While speaking from the White House Rose Garden, Trump said he agreed to sign a measure that would only keep the government open until Feb. 15.

As part of the deal, the roughly 800,000 federal government employees will receive back pay for missing their previous paycheck and will be paid this week, as well.

The deal does not include any upfront money for the border wall, but the president said he will declare a national emergency — which would allocate billions of dollars for the border wall — if Democrats do not agree to a deal in three weeks.

“Walls should not be controversial,” Trump said, adding that the steel barrier will have cutting-edge technology, monitors, and sensors to “stop illicit flows of drugs and illegal immigrants.”

The president also called for hiring more Border Patrol agents and getting more resources at ports of entry to ensure drugs are not being smuggled into the nation.

Time will tell what happens next, but the federal government will be open for three weeks until the next deadline approaches.

That gives Trump and Democrats three weeks to reach a compromise on allocating at least $5 billion in wall funding — or Trump, as he said, will likely declare a national emergency.




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