Ann Coulter came out swinging at the President in a New York Times interview last week. A man she once had so much faith in despite countless warnings he was a fraud she replaced the word “God” with “Trump” in her book In Trump We Trust.

Coulter explained to Times columnist Frank Bruni why she now refers to herself and others like her “former Trumpers” as those who are angry about the $1.3 trillion spending bill Trump signed last month not fully funding the “big, beautiful” wall he promised.

Bruni: The $1.3 trillion spending bill that he signed last week sent you over the edge.

Coulter: Yes. This is a different category you’re seeing now: Former Trumpers. That should be terrifying to the president. Maybe he’ll actually keep his promises. Unlike Marco Rubio. Unlike the rest of them. Unlike Mitch McConnell. We have been betrayed over and over and over with presidents promising to do something about immigration. If he played us for suckers, oh, you will not see rage like you have seen.

The idea that the hardcore Trump supporters falling away — those the President boasted would still support and defend him if he shot someone on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan — with the High Priestess Ann Coulter leading the way, clearly attracted the President’s attention as he took to Twitter on Sunday to rail about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and blaming Democrats and anyone not named Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America.

This bizarre political romance is really getting difficult to watch.