Conservative expert Ann Coulter defeated and defended President Trump on a Friday night appearance on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" – hours after Twitter tore the President down on Twitter for breaking a deal with Democrats had to temporarily end the partial commitment government deadlock without financing its border wall.
"I promise you that the country would run much better if I had a veto against Donald Trump. It's crazy that I expect a president to keep the promise he made every day for 18 months, "Coulter told Maher, citing Trump's signature campaign pledge to build a wall on the US-Mexico border.
a president who keeps the promise he made every day for 18 months.
But Coulter also defended Trump's promise that Mexico would pay the wall by taxing remittances as well as blaming the president for the mass immigration on the southern border, and she also noted that some mighty Conservatives have supported the idea of the wall, but they doubted that the republican legislators are committed to this plan.
"The brothers Koch want it. Rupert Murdoch wants "said Coulter." Why could not Trump go through the first two years? Because the Republicans do not want it. "
Later, under" Real Time, "the conversation turned to Russia's investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller." I'll tell you how to get Trump, "Coulter said," He has something promised for 18 months and he lied. That's how you get Trump. It's not that nonsense in Russia. "
She also said," Someone has to read the constitution to him "when she was asked if she would think Trump At the southern border, a national emergency should be called to work on the
Before appearing on the show, Coulter spent most of Friday blowing up Trump on Twitter for accepting a temporary finance bill to reopen the government without money for the border wall.  "Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: From today, he's no longer the biggest pennon ever to serve as President of the United States," she wrote in a series of tweets.
She also criticized Trump's treatment of absences on Friday by air traffic controllers at some of the country's main airports and compared the President's reaction to the way in which President Ronald Reagan struck an air traffic controller strike n 1981.
Hours before Coulter's Appeara Compared with Maher, President Trump had resisted the idea that he had given the Democrats some consent by agreeing to end the closure for three weeks.
"I wish people would read or hear my words on the border wall". Trump wrote on Twitter. "It was by no means a concession, it was caring for millions of people who were severely injured by the shutdown, with the understanding that in 21 days, if no agreement is reached, the races begin!"
And earlier this week, during an appearance on FOX Radio with Brian Kilmeade, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee criticized Coulter for their verbal attacks on the president.
"You never had to be able to sit down and work through something to a solution," said Huckabee of Coulter. "I have and the President is in this position." Huckabee added that if Coulter "found the way to make it" then she should run for the elected office herself.
"You never had to be able to sit down and work through something to solve it, I have and the President is in that position."
Some supporters of Coulter may have listened as the Washington Times reported Thursday that PAC legal immigration planers had announced their plan to hold Coulter as president in 2020.
"It is an honor to be asked by such a patriotic and important organization," Coulter told The Times. "You are obviously right that I would form a formidable president." But unfortunately I am against women who work. "