Ann Coulter, 'In Trump We Trust' author, livid over campaign's immigration 'softening'

Ann Coulter did not hold back when talking about Roger Ailes on this week's episode of "Powerhouse Politics" podcast.

Ann Coulter, the author of "", is publicly lambasting Donald Trump's "softening" on immigration policy.

"If [Trump] got rid of deporting illegals altogether, which he is not, it would still be better than any Republican who has run for president in my lifetime", she said. "He doesn't jerk around or flail his arms", Coulter said of Kovaleski, saying "He's not retarded".

"He was using all the clichés from the Gang of Eight bill", she continued. "We're getting a wall. And the idea that it helps him with anyone is nonsense".

Coulter, an early and enthusiastic backer of Trump (he essentially adapted her book "Adios, America" as his campaign platform on immigration), has been warning that the polls were undercounting his supporters ever since he started out near the bottom of a 17-candidate Republican field. "The mainstream media- I've criticized Trump before - I'm not some Clinton cultist or some Cruz cultist", she told Hannity.

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His party, Colombia's main opposition group, announced earlier this month it would back a "no" vote in the plebiscite. Most of the abuses have allegedly been committed by right-wing paramilitary militias.

"We have to take care of Americans first". They tried the Gang of Eight. "Maybe it's just something in the air at Fox News?"

The facts as we know them, and when it comes to Donald Trump they can literally change between the time this blog post is being typed and then proofread, are that Trump initially promised to deport literally every immigrant who came here without going through the normal immigration channels.

"I've sat across the table with Hillary Clinton eye-to-eye, and when you're working outside of staff and outside of the press she is somebody I can work with", King said during a speech at The Des Moines Register's Political Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair. But I don't know who it is. During a campaign stop in November, Trump referenced Kovaleski's article - which was written in regards to the GOP nominee's 9/11 stance - and imitated the reporter by twisting his arms close to his chest and flaying them, while shouting, "Ahh, I don't remember, I don't remember!" The day after the release, Coulter took to Twitter to Donald for allegedly lightening his stance on undocumented immigrants.

This is the woman who said her only regret about Tim McVay was that he didn't go bomb the New York Times building.

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