Ann Coulter was less than impressed by the nonsense at the White House today, with President Trump becoming the Democrat’s DACA pitch man and putting the wall in doubt
In opening his interview with Ann Coulter, Lou Dobbs said, “You watched the, something of a love-fest in the cabinet room with the President today, with some, again, of the most unheralded Senators [and Congressmen] serving in either party.”
Asked what she makes of it, Coulter responded, “When Kevin McCarthy is the hardliner on immigration in the room I think we can call this the lowest day in the Trump Presidency.” She says he was clearly trying to overcome and counter the bad press arising from the Michael Wolff book “by showing, ooh, he’s in command.”
“But in fact what he did,” says Coulter, “was fulfill every description of him in the Michael Wolff book; he doesn’t listen, he has no command of the facts, he agrees with the last person who speaks to him.
She and Dobbs get into a disagreement about her referencing that trashy book, with Coulter insisting, using Dianne Feinstein and Kevin McCarthy as her examples, that his manner was the embodiment of the claims of Wolff on this day.
She notes that Trump agreed with Feinstein on the stand alone dreamer bill and that it was the establishment McCarthy who had to drag him back to the border security first position that he was elected on. She said, “He’s agreeing with people with a sixty second lag and the Democrats are just taking the position ‘No, we won’t take anything but the ‘Dreamers.'” [[VIDEO BELOW]]
Dobbs says his problem with what occurred today was that there was no discussion of the sequence with which these events would occur and we know that if the wall isn’t constructed and in existence first, before any discussion of any concessions to the globalist Democrats, it’s never going to be built.
She points out that any amnesty will be a 100% amnesty because it will go to the courts and they will construct a basis for equal treatment of anyone not covered in the DACA portion and the flood gates are ripped off of their hinges.
Just why does President Trump feel like it is necessary to betray his campaign promises and his base? The simple thing to do would be to be a man of his word and to force the issue, to stick to his guns and not follow the well-trodden path of Republican surrender to the globalist Democrats. What’s wrong with honoring his campaign promises? All of this could be avoided.
If he wants to have a fight, have it with the enemy Democrats over the defense of our nation. Why target the folks who trusted him with the same kind of illegals first, Americans second betrayal we experienced with Hussein Obama for eight years. No Trump supporter voted for DACA amnesty. We did vote for the wall.
Coulter bemoans the mess Trump is making of things saying, “This was a disaster, the lowest day of his Presidency. Dobbs feels compelled to reaffirm his commitment to President Trump but to temper that with his own dedication to getting a border wall and getting the border secured, something the antics of the day put further out of reach.
What part of The Art of the Deal is surrendering without a fight? What is the political advantage of pretending he’s the defeated and detested Jeb Bush?
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