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Ann Coulter Moves Herself Into Trump Enemy Territory


Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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Nothing was out of bounds in Ann Coulter‘s latest scathing attack on President Trump. It appears she has moved her chess piece into the #NeverTrump category and there’s no turning back. Sex. The Wall. His lies. Narcissism. She took him down for all of it — and more.

And then he unfollowed her on Twitter — the only real thing Trump could do outside of lashing out at her in a tweet. What’s he going to do? Short of addressing the nation in a formal response to the nation’s most cantankerous, outspoken conservative commentator, that was his reply.

A Twitter feed called “TrumpsAlert” wrote, “realDonaldTrump appears to no longer follow @AnnCoulter (This bot cannot tell if this was an unfollow, suspension or block.)”

Which is all just to say how ridiculous life has become in the age of social media. That the most exacting response a person can have in 2018 is logging onto your keyboard scalpel and unfollowing, unfriending or blocking someone from your hemisphere.

“The basic factory setting on the perception of Trump is: gigantic douchebag,” Coulter wrote in a searing piece she posted on her website Wednesday.

Her big beef with Trump is the wall. She wants it, now. He does too, but he can’t seem to make it happen. And she’s had it. Which is putting it nicely. This may be Coulter’s most stunning attack on Trump to date.

“It is now crystal clear that one of two things is true: Either Trump never intended to build the wall and was scamming voters all along, or he has no idea how to get it done and zero interest in finding out,” she wrote.

Coulter went to a place of no return. It’s tough to see how these two could kiss and make up (so to speak). But hey, Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz seemingly forgave him even after one of Trump’s super PACs trashed his wife’s looks. Trump, the candidate, also for pinned JFK’s assassination on Cruz’s father. The president helped Cruz keep his Senate seat. So they’re good.

Later in the story, Coulter calls him a “vulgar publicity hound” and a few graphs later discusses his “vulgar narcissism.” She also suggested that “wall” was his “safe word” with adult film actress Stormy Daniels, who recently performed at a gentleman’s club called The Cloakroom in Washington.

A manager there called Stormy a “very lovely person.”

With the border wall on ice, Coulter is anything but that in Trump World.