It's no secret that conservative author Ann Coulter is not a supporter of immigration. With Coulter becoming increasingly frustrated with Donald Trump due to his inaction on the subject, she decided to suggest a controversial option for those who help promote immigration in the United States.

Coulter on immigration

When Donald Trump announced his plan to run for president, he did so by quickly making headlines when he referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." While the former host of "The Apprentice" received massive backlash from the majority of the mainstream media due to his remarks, those on the far right were thrilled with Trump's stance.

One name that might have been the most vocal in her support was Ann Coulter, who ended up releasing a book titled "In Trump We Trust" last summer. Though Coulter went all in on Trump's candidacy during the election, she's found herself lashing out and turning on the commander in chief multiple times during his first nine months in office. From his decision making on foreign policy issues, to tax reform, and to his lack of progress on immigration, Coulter is not happy with what she sees in the White House. As reported by Right Wing Watch on September 21, Coulter suggested the use of "death squad" to handle those who continue to push for more immigration into the country.

Appearing on "The Todd Starnes Show" on Fox Radio last week, Ann Coulter was asked about her feelings on the current state of immigration in the country, and how Donald Trump has handled things.

Coulter ripped into Trump, before making the highly controversial recommendation. "If he (Trump) continues down this path, well I guess there are three options," Coulter said. "There’s the organizing the Death Squads for the people who ruined America, because there will be no more hope," she suggested.

Not stopping there, Ann Coulter then went on to recommend possibly impeaching Donald Trump over his inaction on immigration.

"I guess the other possibility is to, well, I don’t think anyone would mind him being impeached,” Coulter went on to say. "What’s the faction opposing that?" she wondered.

Moving forward

With the likes of Ann Coulter pulling back their supporter of Donald Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul is facing a serious credibility and popularity problem. As his base erodes, the Trump is sitting on an approval rating of just 38 percent, according to the Gallup daily tracking poll.