First, she was one of his most outspoken supporters on the right.
Then, she admitted to the crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) that Chris Christie's stance on immigration reform broke her heart.
Now, conservative author Ann Coulter seems to be taking a second look at the New Jersey governor.
"If we had not blown ten Senate elections, that were clearly winnable in the last three election cycles, the Senate would now be divided 56 Republicans, 44 Democrats," Coulter said on Monday's broadcast of "Hannity."
"I think we should avoid, abjure 'primarying' incumbents in our own party, because that accounts for -- or the equivalent of an incumbent -- at least two of the losses of my ten," Coulter added.
Coulter also said that 'primarying' should only be practiced in "extremely red states" where the Republican primary is essentially the general election.
The conservative firebrand also surprisingly defended and seemingly backed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for president after she told CPAC he is "off my list" only ten days ago.
"I'm warming to him again," Coulter said of Christie. "I'm waiting for him to switch on amnesty, and I have confidence in his high I.Q."
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