Coulter wasn't happy with Trump's offer to exchange extended DACA protections for his proposed border wall.
Not only is San Antonio 150 miles from the border, it doesn't have a wall.
Prior to Trump's announcement, which was leaked and reported by numerous outlets, Democrats had already rejected it as a "non-starter."
On the 28th day of the partial government shutdown, Texas Republican Rep. Will Hurd described the hype around illegal border crossings as a "myth" and slammed the president's proposed border wall, calling it a "third-century solution to a 21st-century problem."
"If you liked the president's border wall, wait until you see his space wall," arms control expert Joseph Cirincione said.
"Who here wants to weigh in on how we can start persuading those people that maybe didn't vote for him that this is the right fight?" Brian Kilmeade asked.
"As these numbers indicate, construction of hundreds of more miles of border wall would not address the challenge of irregular migration into our country. Far from it," said the Center for Migration Studies's executive director.
The remaining $13 million in contributions from donors who do not take action will apparently be refunded.
"The American people deserve to know: Democrats refuse to negotiate on building the wall," Vice President Mike Pence said.
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.
President Trump said chain migration and the visa lottery are "sick, demented laws that have to be changed."
Rasmussen Reports consistently gives Trump higher approval ratings than other polls.
Donald Trump Jr. lashed out against cable news networks for not booking "Angel moms" and other family members of Americans killed by undocumented immigrants who are now demanding support for Trump's border wall.
"I would hate to see it," Republican Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin said. "I would prefer not, primarily because, if we do that, it's going to go to court."
As of Friday, at least eight Republican senators, ranging from moderate swing voters to loyal allies, have at least cautioned the president against declaring a national emergency.
But a path to citizenship for foreigners in the U.S. on temporary, speciality work visas would almost certainly require Congressional approval.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said Thursday that he supported the idea of President Donald Trump declaring a national emergency to fund and build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Russia's space agency chief and former deputy prime minister, Dmitry Rogozin, called U.S. actions "an outrage" and a display of "complete international lawlessness."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi questioned President Donald Trump's motives for allowing the partial shutdown of the federal government to continue and called the standoff a "distraction."
"It would just be a disaster in the big picture and just show us being inept and unable to govern around the world, and it would just set a terrible precedent," host Brian Kilmeade said on "Fox & Friends."
"When, during the campaign, I would say Mexico is going to pay for it, obviously I never said this, and I never meant they're going to write out a check," the president told reporters.
"Cryin' Chuck told his favorite lie when he used his standard sound bite that I 'slammed the table and walked out of the room,'" the president said on Twitter.
It may have only been a metaphor but it was somehow prescient.
Nancy Pelosi's comments came immediately after a meeting at the Oval Office where Trump abruptly left over a disagreement on funding for the border wall.