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President Trump moved to commit political suicide today by agreeing to sign a clean amnesty bill, though he appeared to have backed off his statements later on Twitter after Ann Coulter and others let him have it.
New York Times best-selling author and populist conservative columnist Ann Coulter says "nothing" in Michael Wolff's recent salacious book Fire and Fury could "hurt" President Trump as much as his statement on Tuesday that an amnesty for illegal aliens will be a "bill of love."Here's the video of Trump agreeing to a clean DACA:
Here he is saying he'll sign anything Congress gives him:
It's just flat out terrible negotiating.
Coulter followed-up her early tweets with these:
Coulter also appeared on The Larry O'Connor Show later in the day and said this is "the worst day of his presidency."
She said similar in an appearance shortly after on Fox Business with Lou Dobbs:
Trump tweeted late Tuesday he still wants "border security," chain migration, and the diversity lottery to be part of the bill.
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