Ann Coulter says that Trump's views on immigration are the best way to rally support for the Republican party, not the tax bill.
He scans content posted by the 45 people he follows and by people who tag him.
The right-wing provocateur has a history of televised controversy.
Ann Coulter, conservative Republican commentator and author of the book "In Trump We Trust," tweeted that support for the president's impeachment was mounting.
All three are due to speak at Berkeley despite previous protests about alt-right speakers.
"This sort of communication has not been needed previously," Dan Mogulof, a spokesman for UC Berkeley, tells Newsweek.
The right-wing commentator wants to know when the border wall is being built.
Coulter also said "nobody goes to prison" for pot possession.
The author suggested Trump should make a decision about the attorney general.
The company's CEO made donations to the Republican Party in 2016.
Only more government regulation could have guaranteed the conservative author her seat.
Coulter went on a two-day Twitter rampage after she was asked to move seats on a three-hour flight.
Turns out progressives can receive backlash for campus speeches, too.
The Young America's Foundation and Berkeley College Republicans filed a lawsuit Monday over Coulter's upcoming speech at the college.