While most of the outrage over Donald Trump's decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) came from those on the political left, at least one high-profiled supporter of the president was not pleased with his overall plans on immigration. As White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders held a briefing on Tuesday, conservative author Ann Coulter was quick to lash out on Twitter.

Coulter on Sanders

Not long after Donald Trump announced his plan run for President of the United States, he quickly got on the wrong side of the mainstream media after labeling those who enter the county illegally from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." Trump's comments during his campaign announcement drew a line in the sand for where he was going politically, with Americans taking sides over whether to support or oppose the former host of "The Apprentice." While the majority of the mainstream media and most big name celebrities pushed back against Trump, with many often labeling him a "racist," Islamaphobe," "homophobe," and a "misogynist," others stood by his side with die-hard support.

One of the most vocal supporters of Trump has been Ann Coulter, though the outspoken right-wing firebrand has spoken out against the president since his inauguration over a variety of issues. After the news about DACA was announced, Coulter made sure to hit back at the White House on social media during the September 5 press briefing.

While Sarah Huckabee Sanders addressed reporters at the White House for her daily press briefing on Tuesday, Ann Coulter made sure to throw shade at Donald Trump and company during various tweets. Coulter isn't a fan of DACA, and she took offense to the president's planned actions on immigration reform on Twitter.

"That's great. (SHS) says Trump wants COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM! Exactly what he used to denounce," Ann Coulter tweeted out with sarcastic anger.

While attaching the text of part of an old Trump speech in reference to immigration, Coulter tweeted out that amnesty shouldn't even be talked about until the construction of the Southern border wall was completed. The billionaire real estate mogul has long-promised that he would build a wall separating the United States and Mexico, while also vowing that the neighboring country be held financially responsible for the construction.

In response, Mexico has denied that they would put any money towards the building of the aforementioned wall.

Coulter doubles down

Not stopping there, Ann Coulter continued her attack on Sarah Huckabee Sanders over the press briefing in question. "Weird how Huckabee Sanders obsessively attacks congress. Trump's not going to get out of betraying voters on the wall by blaming congress," she tweeted.

"Huckabee Sanders is calling for Congress to pass amnesty.

NICE! That's just what you won on, Mr. President!" Ann Coulter added with even more sarcasm. In response to a fellow Twitter user's tweet about Donald Trump keeping his word, Coulter replied, "I hope you didn't see the Huckabee Sanders press conference just now." While it's unknown what parts of Trump's immigration plan will become law, it doesn't appear that Coulter is a fan of what is being brought to the table.