Ann Coulter reacted Tuesday in a Fox Nation interview to President Trump's fiery clash with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer over funding for his long-promised border wall. 

Coulter, author of "Resistance Is Futile: How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind," said on David Webb's "Reality Check" that she sees "BS" coming from both sides, including from Trump when it comes to the wall and border security.  

"He doesn't need [Congress] to build a wall, he never needed them," said Coulter, arguing that Trump does not need Congress in order to make good on almost all of his 2016 campaign promises. 


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She said only the repeal of ObamaCare requires approval by Congress. Coulter said Democrats will be in a tough position politically if Trump vetoes the budget over wall funding, since "Americans want a wall."

She said the "funniest" moment of the meeting was when Pelosi insisted that the conversation continue in private, without cameras present. 

"[She doesn't] want to oppose the wall in public. That's the issue. ... The depressing thing, after watching the last two years, is I can see that Trump has all the cards. He says all the right stuff and we're still not gonna get a wall. He's gonna give it all away," she said. 

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