Donald Trump has only been in the White House for four months, but is already dealing with record backlash from the mainstream media and the American people. While it was expected that his liberal critics would push back at his agenda, even some of his most loyal supporters are getting tired with what is taking place in the administration.

Coulter on Trump

When Donald Trump came out and officially announced that he was running for president nearly two years ago, most people wrote him off as a joke candidate who was only looking to increase the ratings of his reality show.

While that was the case at first, the former host of "The Apprentice" quickly gained popularity in the Republican primary, and used that momentum to defeat 16 other GOP candidates on his way to the party's nomination last Summer. During this time, author Ann Coulter became one of Trump's most vocal supporters, praising him for his campaign platform, most notably his ideas on immigration reform. Coulter has long supported a border wall between the United States and Mexico, which Trump took as far as calling on the neighboring country to pay for. Despite this, Trump hasn't lived up to his campaign promises since being sworn into office, leading to Coulter firing back at the president on more than one occasion, including in a series of angry tweets last month after the president decided to launch a military attack in Syria and Afghanistan.

According to The Hill on May 15, Coulter might soon be getting off the so-called "Trump train."

Speaking to the conservative outlet The Daily Caller on Sunday, Ann Coulter expressed her frustrations with Donald Trump. "I'm not very happy with what has happened so far," Coulter admitted, before adding, "I guess we have to try to push him to keep his promises."

"I hate to say it, but I agree with every line in my friend Frank Bruni’s op-ed in The New York Times today," Ann Coulter said, citing a recent NYT article that criticized Donald Trump over his failure to be able to make "great deals" like he promised during the campaign.

"Things don’t look good," Coulter went on to say, while adding that she isn't fully backing away support of the president, but isn't too optimistic. In a stunning administration, Coulter also stated, "The Trump-haters were right...It's a nightmare."

Moving forward

While Ann Coulter and other Donald Trump supporters look to be losing their patience with the president, many more Americans have been done with him since the start. According to the most recent round of polling, Trump's favorable rating is now hovering below 40 percent, which is a record-low this soon into a presidency.