Ann Coulter says she is ready to get off the Trump Train.

The conservative author of "In Trump We Trust" told The Daily Caller on Sunday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpCNN's Anderson Cooper: Trump's Fox interview 'like listening to the rantings of Richard Nixon' Pompeo arrives in Brussels for first overseas trip as secretary of State Feds seized over a dozen phones in Cohen raids MORE is failing to live up to his promises, primarily his signature wall along the southern border.

"People should start sending [Speaker] Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanOusted House chaplain: Ryan told me to ‘stay out of politics’ Overnight Finance: House chairman eases demands on Dodd-Frank rollback | White House economist dismisses trade war fears | Unemployment claims at 48-year low | State AGs want new hearing on Obama financial adviser rule Conservative leader: Next House chaplain should have a family MORE bricks to indicate how much we want the wall," she quipped.

"I’m not very happy with what has happened so far. I guess we have to try to push him to keep his promises," Coulter said. "This isn’t North Korea, and if he doesn’t keep his promises I’m out. This is why we voted for him."

Coulter said the GOP's progress so far in a Trump administration is laughable.

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"Where is the bull in the china shop we wanted? That budget the Republicans pushed through was like a practical joke. ... Did we win anything? And this is the great negotiator?" Coulter asked.

Trump, Coulter said, was supposedly the far-right's last chance.

"Trump was our last shot. I kind of thought it was [Mitt] Romney, and then lo and behold like a miracle Trump comes along," she said. "I still believe in Trumpism. I have no regrets for ferociously supporting him, what choice did we have?"

Coulter says she blames the Republican-controlled Congress for most of the delay in implementing Trump's agenda.

"I do of course blame Congress most of all. They are swine. They only care about their own careers," Coulter accused. "Who knows how much of it is corruption and how much of it is pure stupidity."

"They are the opposition party to Donald Trump."

Coulter says she hasn't yet given up hope but puts Trump's chances of actually filling his campaign promises "someplace between 10 percent and 90 percent."

"Right now I’m still rooting for him."