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Why Ann Coulter anymore



P resident Trump cares what Ann Coulter thinks, and he proved it Friday by pretending he does not.

After Trump said he was declaring a national emergency on the southern border, and a reporter asked him what influence conservatives in the media had in his decision. He expressed admiration for Rush Limbaugh being able to talk for three hours and thanked Sean Hannity for all his support. But then he got to Coulter.

Trump made sure to note that he "has not spoken to her in the way over the year" and that, "I just did not have the time to speak to her." "

It's as if Trump was asked about a wife who left him for a better-looking, richer man. His bitterness is obvious and the reason for it is simple.

Following the Trump's speech, Coulter wrote to me in a text message that "this is the nicest thing he could say about me, completely absolving his responsibility for his total capitulation on immigration, the issue that put him in the White House."

Coulter is the only prominent Trump supporter who is not excusing him for failing on the border wall. Related: Trump says he's not a slave to the conservative media: 'They do not decide politics']

When Hannity and Limbaugh played nice with every Republican running for nomination in 201

6, Coulter was the one to go all in with Trump and insist that he would not only become the nominee, but would probably win the whole election.

That was a risk no other prominent media conservative took so early on, and she was right.

Now, more than two years into Trump's presidency, he has failed to fulfill the central promise of his campaign, which was to build a wall on the southern border that would halt the steady stream of criminals and drugs pouring in from Central America .

That failure comes even though Trump had Republicans in control of both House and Senate for two years. There are a million excuses for why he did not get it done, one of which he used Friday at the White House.

"I'm very disappointed in certain people, one in particular, for not having pushed this faster," he said, blaming former House Speaker Paul Ryan, and a stupid cover that suggests Trump, having just been elected president, was at the mercy of the House speaker.

Unlike virtually every other conservative media figure, Coulter does not give Trump a pass on the one campaign promise that, more than anything else, made him a political force.

Trump can hate her for it, but excuses are not going to work in 2020.

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