Ann Coulter goes on anti-Trump tirade, suggests Pence could be president

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter has sounded off on President Trump in a recent series of tweets including one where she suggests Vice President Pence could quickly win support for the top job if he began advocating for the border wall with Mexico.

On Friday, she wrote, "This daily Trump melodrama is worth it ONLY if he's really going to build the wall, cut off Muslim refugees and deport illegals."

Coulter then added in a pair of messages, "Today's BORDER WALLCONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Miles completed yesterday—Zero; Miles completed since Inauguration—Zero. NEXT UPDATE TOMORROW. Anyone in a Southwestern state who strolls to the border & drops a brick will have done more to build the wall than @realDonaldTrump."

Click through Ann Coulter's full anti-Trump Twitter rant here:

She finished the series by saying, "If @VP Pence were smart, starting making noises about how he'd LOVE to build a wall. He'd be sworn in as president about 2 weeks."

Coulter supported Trump early in the campaign for his promises related to immigration.

However, he has thus far been unable to follow through on major initiatives including the travel ban—which has been halted by federal courts—and the wall which did not get funded in the most recent Congressional budget deal.

Furthermore, on Thursday, the Trump administration announced that it would continue the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program.

According to the New York Times, the administration "...officially reversed his (Trump's) campaign pledge to deport the so-called Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as small children."

Reacting to the report, Coulter tweeted, "Yesterday, the Trump administration kept in place Obama's unconstitutional executive amnesty."