"At this point, who DOESN'T want Trump impeached?" --
"If reports true 100%. I blame R's. They caused this. They wanted him to fail and now pushed him into arms of political suicide -- IF TRUE." --
"Flounder, you can't spend your whole life worrying about your mistakes! You (fouled) up... you trusted us! Hey, make the best of it!" --
Before I continue, let me answer
That said, Coulter's reaction is understandable and even a little praiseworthy. After all, she wrote a book -- a whole book! -- in 2016 called "In
The policy in question: immigration. To wit, Coulter thinks we've had enough of it. That goes for the children brought here by illegal immigrants, commonly referred to as "Dreamers."
On Wednesday night, Trump had dinner with the Democratic leaders in the
Trump, witnessing the blowback, which included the new nickname "Amnesty Don" in a headline at
In other words, he threw his biggest supporters under the Trump train.
Now I should say, I think Trump is right on the policy. It would be stupid and cruel to deport a bunch of people who came here as little kids and have since assimilated into the only country they've ever known. A large majority of Americans, including a majority of Trump voters, agree with Trump (and Schumer and Pelosi) on the policy. A poll this week found that only 12 percent of registered voters want these people deported. Coulter and former Trump adviser (and current Breitbart publisher)
The majority of immigration hawks, however, considered DACA to be the president's most valuable negotiating chip. He could have gotten funding for the wall -- or perhaps E-Verify, or portions of Sen.
This poses a crisis for two different kinds of Trump true believers. The "nationalists" honestly believed he was one of them. Meanwhile, the super-fans honestly believed Trump was the greatest negotiator and strategist the world had ever seen. Both of these notions were delusions. Oh, I'm sure Trump believes much of his America First talk, but that's talk. What really matters to him is praise. It was only a matter of time before the moth flew to glow of public opinion.
The sad thing is that both delusions were obvious from the moment he descended his golden escalator at