'Can I sign up with Mueller?' Ann Coulter melts down over Trump's empty veto threat
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President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to veto a bipartisan spending deal shortly after a "Fox & Friends" segment aired that criticized the deal for not having sufficient border wall funding.

With Trump seemingly set to sign the bill, however, estranged Trump supporter Ann Coulter unleashed an angry tirade against him for signing off on any deal that doesn't fully fund his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Coulter was especially mad that Trump mentioned the fate of undocumented immigrants who were brought to United States as children in his original veto threat before mentioning the wall.

"Threatened veto NOT over the 'F-- You' on the Wall -- but over the DREAMERS," a furious Coulter wrote. "Can I sign up with Mueller?"

In a followup tweet, Coulter declared that the lack of wall funding ensured Republicans would get destroyed in the 2018 midterm elections -- and she had no problem watching it happen.

"GOP is going to get wiped out in midterms and I'm not even going to say, 'Too bad,'" she fumed.