Far-right media personalities fumed on Friday after President Trump signed a spending bill he previously threatened to veto into law.
They were upset the $1.3 trillion package did not include complete funding for his promised wall along the US-Mexico border.
In a string of tweets, Ann Coulter, a conservative media firebrand who was one of Trump's most outspoken supporters during the 2016 election, skewered the President. After Trump said he would never sign a bill like this into law again, Coulter quipped, "Yeah, because you'll be impeached."
A headline on Breitbart, the far-right website which is generally very supportive of Trump's agenda, said, "RIP BORDER WALL 💀…"
And on the Drudge Report, another conservative news website generally supportive of the President, the banner headline read, "FAKE VETO."
The flood of criticism did not stop there. Other far-right internet personalities, seething on Twitter, voiced similar frustrations with the spending package.
Jim Hoft, the founder of Gateway Pundit, a fringe far-right website that the president has shared stories from in the past, declared the move to sign the package into law "WEAK!" Hoft even went on to suggest that he had muted the sound while watching Trump’s bill signing, tweeting, “It was that bad.”