Donald Trump can’t stop disappointing Ann Coulter.

Sure, during the election, she was ready to let him perform abortions in the White House, but since the election, she’s been reduced to countdowns of days with no wall and assorted screechings.

On Wednesday, Coulter live tweeted her reaction to Trump’s speech on tax reform, given in Missouri.

Said Trump:

“This is our once-in-a-generation opportunity to deliver real tax reform for everyday hardworking American, and I am fully committed to working with Congress to get this job done, and I don’t want to be disappointed by Congress,” Trump said. “Do you understand me?”

“I think Congress is going to make a comeback. I hope so. I’ll tell you what, the United States is counting on it.”

This was all too much for Coulter’s fragile nerves, as she lashed out in spastic outrage, in a rambling Twitter rant.

OH… you mean like Trump, and how he applied for work visas earlier this year for more foreign workers to staff his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago, rather than offer those jobs to Americans?

Yes. He actually did have better ideas. In fact, during the primary, there were 16 other choices of varying degrees of competence, and literally any of them would have been better than what we have now.

Don’t act outraged now, lady. You were one of the voices helping to foist him on us. You knew what he was before you became a cheerleader.

I have no sympathy for Coulter or any of Trump’s sycophants that are disappointed now. I do wonder, however, if in the still of the night, when Coulter is alone with her thoughts, she stares wistfully into the distance and says to herself, “We could have had Chris Christie.”