Ann Coulter, the author of "In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome," responded to the president's comment that she was "off the reservation" in an interview Friday on KABC Radio in Los Angeles. President Trump mentioned Coulter in his Friday emergency declaration speech, saying he "hardly knows her," and hasn't "spoken to her in way over a year."
Pres. Trump on Ann Coulter, right-wing commentator who has been critical of the president's actions on immigration: "I don't know her. I hardly know her...I just don't have the time to speak to her."— ABC News (@ABC) February 15, 2019
"I like her, but she's off the reservation." https://t.co/xb0BBhlx7T pic.twitter.com/PAm4vU9DVE
Coulter told KABC that she was going to change the title on the paperback version of her book to "In Trump We Trusted."
"Thank God he's released me from any responsibility for what he's been doing," she said. "That was the biggest favor anyone could do for me today. The country is over, by the way, that's why."
She said the president was "fooling the rubes with a national emergency."
"Forget the fact that he’s digging his own grave," Coulter said. "The only national emergency is that our president is an idiot."
"This is the worst open borders the country has ever had under the president who ran against open borders," she said.
The goal is to get Trump's stupidest voters to say "HE'S FIGHTING!" No he's not. If he signs this bill, it's over. https://t.co/6DQSkqxV8h— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) February 15, 2019