Ann Coulter tears into 'disloyal retard' Trump after he criticizes Jeff Sessions: 'You're a blithering idiot'
'The most disloyal actual retard that has ever set foot in the Oval Office is trying to lose AND take the Senate with him,' she said
Ann Coulter went on an unusual Twitter rant against the president on May 24, calling him a "blithering idiot" and a "disloyal retard".
Coulter was outraged after Trump tweeted "Alabama, do not trust Jeff Sessions," attacking his former Attorney General once again.
The conservative pundit described the president as "the most disloyal human God ever created" after he endorsed Tommy Tuberville, who is Sessions' opponent in the Republican primary in the state. "I will never apologize for supporting the issues that candidate Trump advocated, but I am deeply sorry for thinking that this shallow and broken man would show even some remote fealty to the promises that got him elected," wrote Coulter, who authored 2016 book 'In Trump We Trust'.
The 58-year-old has gone after the president ever since she claims he did not keep his immigration promises by not focusing on building the border wall.
This time, however, she went on to defend Sessions, who, according to her, was "the ONE PERSON in the Trump administration who did anything about immigration."
Coulter's comments came amid a Twitter feud between Trump and Sessions owing to the latter's infamous recusal as AG in 2017.
The Alabamian recused himself from overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, thereby infuriating the president.
"3 years ago, after Jeff Sessions recused himself, the Fraudulent Mueller Scam began," Trump tweeted on May 23. "Alabama, do not trust Jeff Sessions. He let our Country down. That’s why I endorsed Coach Tommy Tuberville (@TTuberville), the true supporter of our #MAGA agenda!"
But Coulter appeared to disagree with the president's beliefs.
"Sessions HAD to recuse himself, you complete blithering idiot," she wrote. "YOU did not have to go on Lester Holt's show and announce you fired Comey over the Russian investigation. That's what got you a Special Prosecutor."
Last week, Sessions tweeted that the president was "fortunate" he had recused himself from the case, saying it eventually resulted in Trump's exoneration in the Russia probe.
Coulter claimed, "The most disloyal actual retard that has ever set foot in the Oval Office is trying to lose AND take the Senate with him. Another Roy Moore fiasco so he can blame someone else for his own mess."
She was referring to the 2017 special election for the Alabama Senate seat (vacated by Sessions) which saw Democratic candidate Doug Jones defeat Moore.
At the time, Trump had backed Luther Strange as the Republican candidate before he threw his support behind Moore — who was eventually plagued with allegations of sexual misconduct and lost the race.
"GREAT WORK IN THE LAST ALABAMA SENATE RACE, MR PRESIDENT!" Coulter wrote, referring to that race. "Keep it up and we'll have zero Republican senators. The next Republican president will be elected in the year 4820..."
"TRUMP GOT ALABAMA A DEMOCRATIC US SENATOR BY HIS IDIOTIC MEDDLING IN THE PRIMARY LAST TIME," she added. "If you know nothing else, Alabamians, you should do the opposite of what Trump recommends in a primary."
The president has chosen to support Tuberville, a political neophyte, over Sessions, who previously held the seat for over two decades.
Speaking to Sharyl Attkisson on Sinclair's "Full Measure" on May 24, Trump argued he had outwitted a deep state coup designed to remove him from office.
"Jeff Sessions was a disaster as attorney general — should have never been Attorney General," the president said.
"He's not mentally qualified to be Attorney General. He was the biggest problem," he continued. "They always had the Department of Justice, but they kept it under Jeff Sessions," Trump insisted, referring to the so-called 'deep state'.
"I have a chance to break the deep state. It's a vicious group of people. It's very bad for our country," he added, claiming, "they never thought I was going to win and then I won. And then they tried to get me out."