Ann Coulter tried to troll South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) on Tuesday night — and Twitter users responded with a bipartisan show of criticism.
The conservative author revisited her attacks against Haley following the governor’s response to the State of the Union address on her own account, writing, “[Donald] Trump should deport Nikki Haley.” The post can be seen below:
The comment was a flashback to Coulter’s accusation last June that Haley “does not understand American history” and is an immigrant. In fact, Haley was born in South Carolina.
On Tuesday, Coulter’s remarks were quickly repudiated, even by self-admitted supporters and other conservatives, as seen below:
@AnnCoulter Wait, let me guess…she dared take a crack at your precious Fake Hair Raging Clown?
— Brian Cates (@drawandstrike) January 13, 2016
@AnnCoulter I love you Annie but STFU. Saying stupid shit to sell books and get in green rooms is pro forma but on this is vile.
— AngryRichRadio (@AngryRichRadio) January 13, 2016
@AnnCoulter you and trump should go far far away and build a wall around you and stay there forever ! That's making America great again :D
— Fer3 #IStandWithRand (@Frmaza) January 13, 2016
— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) January 13, 2016
@AnnCoulter delete your account
— Andrew Wagner (@andrewwagner) January 13, 2016
@AnnCoulter You have seriously lost it. What the Hell happened?
— TheLongVersion (@thelongversion) January 13, 2016
— el Sooper ن (@SooperMexican) January 13, 2016
@AnnCoulter please slither back into the cesspool you crawled out of.
— Taj Magruder (@TajMagruder) January 13, 2016
@AnnCoulter Coulter, you lost conservative credentials long ago, when you started grinding axes instead of caring for conservative values.
— Cody Ray Milner (@OkieRepublican) January 13, 2016
The backlash against Coulter’s remark came a night after she was ridiculed by Republican strategist Liz Mair during an MSNBC interview for her continued support of Trump, with Mair saying it showed she was “in no way conservative and no way interested in conservative policy.”