Conservative commentator Ann Coulter railed against Donald Trump on Tuesday after the White House suggested that the president wanted a comprehensive immigration reform bill from Congress.
Coulter supported Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, partially because of his hardline stance on immigration. At a White House briefing Tuesday, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump wanted to see Congress come up with a broad immigration bill that addressed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, among other things.
"This is something that needs to be fixed legislatively and we have confidence that they’re going to do that," Sanders said, adding that more than just small tweaks were needed.
Coulter blasted the president on Twitter, claiming he was walking back on his campaign promises.
That's great. Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Trump wants COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM! Exactly what he used to denounce.— Ann Coulter (@Ann Coulter) 1504634550.0
Trump's landmark, election-winning immigration speech, 8/31/16: ENFORCEMENT 1ST! We can't even discuss amnesty unti… https://t.co/MgnhTghGkp— Ann Coulter (@Ann Coulter) 1504634797.0
Weird how Huckabee Sanders obsessively attacks congress. Trump's not going to get out of betraying voters on the wall by blaming congress.— Ann Coulter (@Ann Coulter) 1504635052.0
Huckabee Sanders is calling for Congress to pass amnesty. NICE! That's just what you won on, Mr. President!— Ann Coulter (@Ann Coulter) 1504635564.0
I hope you didn't see the Huckabee Sanders press conference just now, Jamiel. https://t.co/pFKDyDTo3F— Ann Coulter (@Ann Coulter) 1504635683.0