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Ann Coulter Jabs Trump: 'Hillary Clinton Could Not Have Been Worse'

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Ann Coulter Jabs Trump: 'Hillary Clinton Could Not Have Been Worse'

Ann Coulter Jabs Trump: 'Hillary Clinton Could Not Have Been Worse'

Ann Coulter on Thursday again slammed President Trump in a tweet.

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter took to Twitter Thursday and jabbed President Trump.

Citing data about thousands of undocumented immigrants recently released into the U.S., Coulter wrote: "Hillary Clinton could not have been worse." Days ago, in another jab at Trump, Coulter responded to the news that Twitter is considering labeling tweets, including those from Trump, that violate its rules. "Maybe if he couldn't tweet, he'd do something," Coulter tweeted.

Coulter, like Trump, is a frequent Twitter user and often uses it to communicate her frustrations with the president.  For the most part, she laments his failure to make good on his promise to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.  For example, following the release of a summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, she wrote: "No collusion and no wall.

I'd prefer collusion and a wall." 

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