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Ann Coulter destroys President Donald Trump in firestorm of tweets over this

Conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter railed against her perception of President Donald Trump's lack of progress on the U.S.-Mexico border wall in a series of tweets posted to her Twitter feed on Friday.

Using Trump's Friday speech in Miami — which rescinded regulations allowing U.S. economic relations between the States and Cuba — as ammunition, Coulter took the president to task for not focusing more on the United States.

During his speech, Trump said, "I am canceling the last administration's completely one-sided deal with Cuba."

"They made a deal with a government that spread violence and instability in the region and nothing they got, think about it, nothing they got, they fought for everything and we just didn't fight hard enough, but now, those days are over," he said. "We now hold the cards. The previous administration's easing of restrictions of travel and trade does not help the Cuban people. They only enrich the Cuban regime."

Coulter took issue with the president, however, in focusing more on other countries than on his prior promises about the United States themselves.

“I thought with Trump we’d finally have a president helping OUR country," she tweeted. "So far: Syria, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, China, N Kor. Today: Cuba.”

“At least Cuba’s in our hemisphere,” she continued. “How long can it be before he gets to America?”

The celebrated conservative even went as far as to invoke the name of Vice President Mike Pence for a feasible presidential candidate, should he be more vocal in his support of the wall.

See her diatribe below and continue reading for more story:

This isn't the first time that Coulter's publicly attacked the president for what she refers to as his inaction.

In a scathing post from May, Coulter admitted that she was ready to "jump ship" on her support of the president.

"I’m not very happy with what has happened so far," Coulter told The Daily Caller about the president's performance as commander-in-chief. "I guess we have to try to push him to keep his promises. But this isn’t North Korea, and if he doesn’t keep his promises, I’m out. This is why we voted for him. I think everyone who voted for him knew his personality was grotesque, it was the issues."

Coulter, who penned the book "In Trump We Trust," didn't back down from her support of the president even then, however.

In a statement to the Caller, she said:

"I don’t apologize for supporting Trump. He said all the right things and nobody else would even say it. I suppose it’s possible that another politician that really meant it would come along. I got to tell you when I wrote “Adios America” I thought there was a 10 percent chance of saving the country. On the evening of November 8, I thought, 'Wow, we have a 90 percent chance now, this is a chance that comes a long once every thousand years, we can save America now.'"

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