In the nearly eight months that Donald Trump has been in office, some of his actions have resulted in even die-hard supporters turning their backs [VIDEO]on him. After the president gave his much anticipated speech on taxes, author Ann Coulter appeared to have had enough.

Coulter on Trump

When Donald Trump announced his campaign for president [VIDEO]back in the summer of 2015, he did so with much fanfare on the floor of Trump Tour in New York City.

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After making his now infamous remarks about illegal immigrants being "rapists" and "murderers," the former host of "The Apprentice" received instant backlash from the majority of the mainstream media and much of the country.

However, there was a growing number of people who gave their support to Trump, with several right-wing commentators and voices speaking out to back the billionaire real estate mogul. Names like former half-term Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Fox News host Sean Hannity were two of Trump's earliest backers, but perhaps none have been as vocal as Ann Coulter. The conservative firebrand even went as far as writing a book in her support of the new president, titled, "In Trump We Trust." Despite this, Coulter has broken from Trump at several points during the early stages of his presidency, including a string of tweets on August 30 over taxes.

On Wednesday afternoon, Donald Trump gave a his speech on taxes and outlined where he wanted to move his administration forward on the issue.

Trump took a similar stance as previous Republican presidents have in the past, much to the chagrin of Ann Coulter. "WTF! Why is @realDonaldTrump back to Tax Cuts? His election was NOT about tax cuts. Has he been talking to @SpeakerRyan again?" Coulter tweeted.

"This isn't a 'once in a lifetime' shot at tax cuts! EVERY GOP cuts taxes! This is 'once in a lifetime' shot to save US: Wall & deportations!" Ann Coulter wrote in a follow-up tweet. "Bush cut taxes! Did it create millions of jobs? Nope. The rich pocketed their tax cut & sent jobs abroad, hired guest workers. F-- them," she added.

"It's so obvious Trump's only getting polite applause for tax cuts," Ann Coulter tweeted again, while adding, "Want to get the crowd hollering, Donald Trump? Talk about THE WALL!" "Cutting taxes doesn't do a damn thing for wages if you allow businesses to keep bringing in cheap foreign labor!" she noted.

Double down

Ann Coulter then continued her attack, comparing Donald Trump's speech to one of the most well known horror films in history. "It's like Night of the Living Dead watching our beloved @realDonaldTrump go to DC & start babbling the same old GOP nonsense on tax cuts," she pointed out.

Moving forward

As Ann Coulter expresses her clear outrage and frustration with Donald Trump, her thoughts appear to be felt by the majority of the country. According to the most recent round of polling, Trump's approval rating is down to just 35 percent.