"Trump going to the border is like politicians who switch positions on gay marriage after talking to a gay person," Coulter said.
Thomas Homan also argued that Democrats are only against the border wall because they want to see Trump fail.
"I am pleased to inform you that I will Address the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border," Trump tweeted.
If a deal isn't struck by the end of this week and the shutdown stretches into Saturday, it will become the longest government shutdown on record.
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham sought to widen Washington's divide during a Sunday rant against the "radical left" who refuse to bill American taxpayers about $5.7 billion for President Donald Trump's border wall.
"I don't think anybody blames the president for the coarsening of the language," Mick Mulvaney said.
"Do you know where those 4,000 [suspected terrorists] come, where they're captured?" Chris Wallace asked. "Airports," he answered.
"[Republicans] are seizing gov operations [and] innocent people's pay until they get what they want," the progressive congresswoman wrote on Twitter.
Congressional leadership staff from both parties arrived at the White House Saturday morning to meet with Vice President Mike Pence and other administration officials to continue negotiating.
"We can call a national emergency because of the security of our country, absolutely. We can do it. I haven't done it, I may do it. I may do it, but we can call a national emergency and build it quickly, it's another way of doing it," said Trump.
"Steel is stronger than concrete," Trump told the reporter repeatedly.
"Donald Trump has made a promise to the American people," Senator Lindsey Graham said. "He's going to secure our border."
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.
"What we're unwilling to do is to pay a $5 billion ransom note for a medieval border wall that Trump wants to put forward that he initially said…that Mexico would pay for," New York Democrat Hakeem Jeffries told CNN.
Trump invited congressional leaders from both parties to the White House on Wednesday for a border security briefing, their first face-to-face meeting since the shutdown began 11 days ago.
"This is the president of the United States' signature domestic policy," Leland Vittert said.
On the ninth day of the partial government shutdown, Trump used the Obamas' brick fence to justify building the border wall.
"They are spending so much time on Presidential Harassment," the president tweeted.
Only 19 percent of respondents in a new poll said $5 billion should be spent on the border wall.
While claiming the incomplete border fortifications would form America's "last line of defense" against radical Islamists, the South Carolina senator offered no evidence that Islamic extremists had ever used the southern border to infiltrate the U.S.
"I don't care if you call it a slat, a fence, a wall — it's not happening," Fox News anchor Julie Banderas said.
"It's been more than a decade that we've had a child pass away anywhere in a CBP process so this is just devastating for us," Customs and Border Patrol commissioner Kevin McAleenan told "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump used his Christmas morning call with U.S. troops abroad to reiterate his commitment to his partial government shutdown, adding that federal workers "want the wall."