Ann Coulter Flips AGAINST Trump, Goes On Hate Fueled Anti-Donald Tweet Storm (DETAILS)


During the third and final presidential debate, Donald Trump promised that he would appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server and her work with the Clinton Foundation.

‘If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation.’

That promise, that he would investigate “Crooked Hillary,” likely contributed to his unprecedented victory on November 8. However, Trump has already reneged on the campaign promise that won him so much support, and he hasn’t even been sworn in as president yet.

It was announced just this morning that Donald Trump will not be appointing a prosecutor to investigate Clinton. Reporters from The New York Times, Mike Grynbaum and Maggie Haberman, who attended a meeting with Trump and other reporters and editors, tweeted quotes from Trump’s response to questions about the decision not to investigate.

Trump didn’t think his supporters would be disappointed by his decision, but he was sorely mistaken, especially in the case of conservative commentator Ann Coulter. Coulter, who stood steadfastly by Trump throughout his campaign, took to Twitter on Tuesday morning and railed against the president-elect, saying it was not his job to make the call about Hillary Clinton.

Although she never rescinded her support, Coulter has not been shy in the past about calling out Trump for going back on his promises. When Trump spoke about softening his stance on immigration in August of this year, Coulter told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews that Trump was making a “mistake.” It seems like Ann Coulter, and many other die-hard Trump supporters, are going to be disappointed quite a bit in the next four years, especially since Donald Trump’s plan to leave the Hillary Clinton investigation behind is not the first campaign promise he has gone back on.

In addition to dropping the investigation — or at least dropping his insistence that it happen — Trump has also already changed his mind about repealing the Affordable Care Act, something he promised repeatedly to do. Days after his victory, he even announced plans to leave some of Obamacare’s key characteristics in place, including “the prohibition on denying coverage based on patients’ pre-existing conditions” and the “provision that extends children’s coverage on their parents’ insurance policy.”

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