Ann Coulter says Trump may 'sell out' on immigration

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter's strong support of President-elect Donald Trump may be faltering.

The Wrap reports that "Coulter appears to be angry over Trump backing off his campaign promise to build a wall around the United States as part of his immigration policy."

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On Friday, she responded to someone on Twitter who expressed concernabout Republicans' forthcoming work on immigration.

Coulter tweeted back, "Sounds like the big sell-out is coming. Oh well. The voters did what we could. If Trump sells out, it's not our fault."

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However, in a recent blog post she had a stronger point of view, writing, "...if Trump doesn't appoint the sort of people capable of fulfilling his campaign promises on immigration, he will fail."

During the presidential campaign, Coulter admitted that one of the main reasons she backed Trump was because of his tough approach to illegal immigration.

Her tweet has triggered a mixed response, with one user commenting, "I will give you credit on one thing: The voters did what they could by 2.5 million more voting Clinton. We tried to warn you all."