During an hour-long meeting with congressional members on Tuesday, Donald Trump expressed his willingness to sign the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA). In return, conservative author and TV commentator Ann Coulter lost her cool.

Coulter on Trump

When Donald Trump announced his plan to run for president back in the summer of 2015, he quickly came under fire from the majority of the mainstream media after labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." In the months that followed, Trump would propose several controversial policies, including potential mass deportation and the continued construction of a border wall that he promised would be funded by Mexico.

While the former host of "The Apprentice" received massive backlash, he did find strong support from his core base. One of the most vocal Trump supporters was Ann Coulter, who even released a book titled "In Trump We Trust." Coulter's biggest line of praise came regarding Trump's stance on immigration, but she seems that have a change of heart. After the president met with members of Congress to discuss their plans on immigration, he announced to he would be willing to sign DACA, much to the chagrin of Coulter, as seen across her Twitter feed on January 9.

Donald Trump called his willingness to sign DACA a "bill of love." "A clean DACA bill to me is to take care of the 800,000 people.

We take care of that, and we also take care of security," Trump said, adding that a more detailed immigration bill could come at a later date.

Ann Coulter didn't take too kind to the president's new stance and lashed out on Twitter.

"Trump, flanked by Dems & open-borders GOPS, announces plan for 100% open-ended amnesty (per courts)," Coulter tweeted. "This DACA lovefest confirms a main thesis of Michael Wolff's book: When Bannon left. liberal Dems Jared, Ivanka, Cohn & Goldman Sachs took over," she wrote in a follow-up tweet.

Double down

Ann Coulter continued her attack on Donald Trump, ripping the commander in chief over his plan to compromise on immigration.

"Nothing Michael Wolff could say about @realDonaldTrump has hurt him as much as the DACA lovefest right now," she added. While it's unknown as of press time what Democrats and Republicans in both the Senate and the House of Representatives will come up with on the issue of immigration reform, it appears that many in the president's base are not happy with the direction the negotiations are moving in.