Ann Coulter blasts Trump for breaking promises, betraying allies
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Ann Coulter, the conservative author of "In Trump We Trust," lambasted the president on Wednesday for his suggestion that he could revisit his decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

"Possible 2020 slogan: 'I broke my promises, betrayed my friends & used my office to help my family, but, hey -- at least I'm not Hillary!'" Coulter said.

With her comment she included a retweet of one of Trump's comments from Tuesday, in which the president said he would "revisit the issue" if Congress fails to pass legislation on DACA in the next six months.


Coulter also went on a tweet storm on Tuesday after Trump's DACA decision, suggesting the president was "betraying" voters and had weakened his hard-line stance on immigration issues from the 2016 campaign. 

The conservative commentator was a fervent supporter of Trump during the campaign, but has recently begun to criticize the president for shifting his stance on certain issues, especially immigration.