"Just as collusion is not a crime, kissing the emperor's ass violates no federal law," Coulter tweeted.
"He has got to make some tough decisions, and he is not an absolute monarch," said "Fox & Friends" host Brian Kilmeade.
The president questioned how anybody could believe he wouldn't deliver his long-promised wall on the southern border.
They "almost seem to have like a sexual fetish for a cement wall … a big beautiful erection of a wall," S.E. Cupp said, taking aim at Ann Coulter and others.
"We lost the election in November and now we've lost six weeks to get our strength back, to get our position back," GOP Representative Peter T. King of New York said.
"So let me get this straight, you were convinced Donald Trump was the guy, you voted for him…and now you're finding out he's a lying con man?" Maher asked his guest.
"Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: As of today, he is no longer the biggest wimp ever," Coulter tweeted.
"You can't negotiate with someone who doesn't know anything, who changes his mind constantly, and who lives in fear of Ann Coulter's Twitter account," Meyers said.
Coulter wasn't happy with Trump's offer to exchange extended DACA protections for his proposed border wall.
Ann Coulter, a conservative author and commentator and a staunch supporter of the president, said getting his border wall funded has become an issue of "self-preservation" for him.
"Trump going to the border is like politicians who switch positions on gay marriage after talking to a gay person," Coulter said.
The right-wing commentator, who was once such a staunch Trump supporter that she wrote a book titled "In Trump We Trust," has been increasingly critical of the president over his failure to build his long-touted barrier between the United States and Mexico.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter has said that President Donald Trump is on track to "absolutely" guarantee "that the next president is a Democrat."
Coulter accused Trump of "scamming voters from the beginning" with his promise to build a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico.
Right-wing provocateur Ann Coulter took President Trump's call for more "armed guards" one step further, suggesting "armed citizens" could have prevented the Thousand Oaks shooting.
"We didn't ask for Iraq's approval to go in, we didn't ask for Afghanistan's approval to go in," Coulter said on Fox News' 'Ingraham Angle.'
The likes of Ann Coulter, Dinesh D'Souza and Rush Limbaugh have promoted the idea that Democrats sent mail bombs to key Democratic figures.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson and guest Ann Coulter, a right-wing pundit, laid into ABC's women-only panel show "The View."
The conservative firebrand appeared to suggest that immigrants and people of color don't understand freedom or democracy.
White House is struggling to contain the fallout of latest scandal surrounding former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman.
President Donald Trump has continued to suggest the five were guilty of raping and beating a woman, despite their convictions having been overturned.
Some conservatives said the $1.3 trillion bill was a win for Democrats.
Twitter users were quick to point out the lack of diversity in the religious affiliations of Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks.