While Donald Trump is dealing with an approval rating of just 40 percent, that doesn't mean he doesn't have a core group of supporters who have been there to defend his every move. Two of the most high-profiled fans of the president continued their recent rift over the president, with Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter going at it.

Coulter and Hannity

It was in June 2015 when Donald Trump stood at a podium on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City and caused a media frenzy with the announcement that he would be running for president. By the time his speech ended, Trump was instantly vaulted into the headlines, receiving instant backlash due to his comments labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." In the two years since making his run official, Trump has been able to build a fan base which has included some of the top names in the right-wing media.

Conservative author Ann Coulter has been on the Trump train since the start, with Fox News host Sean Hannity becoming one of the president's most outspoken allies. Despite this, Coulter has recently lashed out at Trump, hitting back at the former host of "The Apprentice" for not making progress on the border wall, his decision to strike Syria, and for his current health care bill in the Senate. On the flip side, Hannity has been in lock-step with Trump, causing both himself and Coulter to clash at times, which was clear in a new column and tweet on June 28.

In her latest op-ed column, Ann Coulter ripped into Sean Hannity over his blind support of Donald Trump, accusing him of willing to accept "Communism" if it meant standing by his side.

"Sean Hannity, bless his heart, has the zeal of the late Trump convert," Coulter wrote. "He would endorse communism if Trump decided to implement the policies of ‘The Communist Manifesto,'" Coulter claimed.

Not stopping there, Ann Coulter continued her attack on Sean Hannity, hitting back at the Fox News host for supporting Donald Trump's decision to hire Gary Cohn, the ex-Goldman Sachs COO, as his chief economic adviser.

"With the zealotry of those who came late to the Trump party, Hannity fully endorsed Trump’s faith in Cohn," Coulter pointed out.

Hannity responds

As expected, Sean Hannity did not let Ann Coulter's remarks go unanswered, as he gave his cold rebuttal on Twitter. "Ann, u fall in and out of love with Christie Romney Trump and how many others," Hannity tweeted, while adding, "Frankly you just bore me." Hannity's remarks come just one week after he told Coulter to "cut the BS" when she accused the Fox News host of censoring a recent interview. As of press time, Coulter has not yet offered a response.