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‘In Trump We Trust’ author Ann Coulter cries angry tears after Trump breaks her trust on immigration

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Conservative author Ann Coulter has been one of Donald Trump’s staunchest supporters, based mostly on his plans to deport immigrants living illegally in the United States.

In fact, Coulter is such a big Trump fan that she’s just published a brand-new book called In Trump We Trust, in which she states that “there’s nothing Trump can do that won’t be forgiven… except change his immigration policies.”

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Because of this, it’s particularly ironic that Donald Trump broke her trust during an interview with Sean Hannity this week, when he seemed to suggest that his new plan would allow undocumented immigrants to stay in the United States if they pay back taxes. Even more damning, Trump told Hannity that he’s learned it would be “really hard” to deport people who have been living in the United States for years without proper documentation.

Coulter flew into a rage on Twitter Wednesday evening and mocked Trump’s new stance as tantamount to the “amnesty” proposals that he used to mock candidates such as Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio for backing.

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All told, it looks as though In Trump We Trust is headed to the bargain bins faster than any book in history.

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Trump wishes ‘Happy Birthday to the US Navy’ — with a picture of a Russian battlecruiser

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Adding to President Donald Trump's Russia obsession was an awkward misfire in a simple happy birthday message.

Sunday morning, before Trump set out on another day of golf, he tweeted a celebratory message to the U.S. Navy, which was officially established in 1775. Instead of showing photos of historic Navy ships or courageous sailors or decorated admiral, Trump posted a battleship, that isn't even an American ship.

According to Politico defense editor Dave Brown, the photo used in the graphic was Russian battlecruiser, the Pyotr Velikiy.

Democrats have alleged that Trump has an unnaturally close relationship to Russia, giving President Vladimir Putin whatever foreign policy demands he has.

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Former George W. Bush aide reveals why Republican talking points on Syria are complete crap

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During the weekend news shows, President Donald Trump's aides and allies took to televisions to justify the United States allowing Turkey to kill U.S. Kurdish allies.

"New Trumpist talking point," former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum began. "The only way to stop Turkey['s] massacre of Kurds is to go to war against Turkey."

That's an inaccurate framing, Frum explained.

"Turkey never believed that: that's why they asked Trump's permission to invade," he said. "All he had to do was say No. He said, Yes. Why? All the plausible answers are corrupt."

https://twitter.com/davidfrum/status/1183446682492637184

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John Dean laments Trump probably should be registered as a foreign agent

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While many of President Donald Trump's campaign staffers, advisers or friends have been outed for doing foreign work while being an unregistered foreign agent, one former White House counsel thinks Trump should also probably register.

"In addition to other impeachable offenses, Trump should be charged with failing to register as a foreign agent under FARA," said Twitter user Connie Gruen.

Dean noticed the tweet and retweeted with his own note that it's "sadly" probably true.

"Sadly, this is probably true," agreed Dean. "Mueller did not investigate if Trump is, in fact, a Russian agent. Barr does not believe a POTUS can be investigated for anything, so the FBI is not. Because he acts like a RU agent Congress should be investigating his consistently pro-RU behavior!"

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