Ann Coulter: DACA Move Means 'Trump Is Off the Trump Train'

Henrietta Strickland
September 20, 2017

"The right-wing firebrand, who has been one of the president's staunchest defenders, first ripped into Trump on Thursday after he tweeted a defense of DACA recipients".

He feigned shock to paraphrase these betrayed Trump supporters like Coulter, who called for the president's impeachment.

"Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military?"

"No. Trump is off the Trump Train", the hard-right commentator responded.

"Really!.They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own - brought in by parents at young age".

"Put a form in Trump, he's dead, "she added in another tweet".

The "Morning Joe" host mocked hardline conservatives who were angry that Trump had reportedly negotiated a deal with Democratic leaders on a legislative fix to Deferred Action for Child Arrivals - which he promised voters he would end.

While the White House insists a border wall is still in the works, Pelosi and Schumer said their agreement with the president did not include any funding for the U.S. -Mexico perimeter.

- Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) September 14, 2017Not saying I told you so.

The statement was a reaction to a series of tweets from the president that appeared to support the bipartisan effort to create a law that essentially performs the same function as Obama's DACA executive action. "'This is a shock, this is the most shocking thing I have ever sewn in my life.' (Rep.) Steve King (R-IA) was like, 'Trump's base will not stand for this.' I'm like, yes, they will, because Trump's base stands for everything".

In addition, 10 conservative states, led by Texas, said they were ready to go to court if the DACA programme was not scrapped.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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