Perhaps the harshest response to Tuesday’s night’s State of the Union address from President Barack Obama actually came in a response to South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley’s response, courtesy of Ann Coulter.

Coulter, who is a huge supporter of Republican front-runner Donald Trump and previously has blasted “speech Nazis,” went off on Twitter as Haley was urging Americans to resist “the siren call of angriest voices.” Haley also said the U.S. should admit “properly vetted legal immigrants, regardless of their race or religion” and on Wednesday, said she was referencing Trump in her remarks.

Coulter’s commentary included urging Trump to “deport Nikki Haley,” who is the daughter of immigrants from India.

Coulter wasn’t done criticizing Haley’s comments on immigration.

Coulter also took the opportunity to translate one of Haley’s quotes.

Coulter wasn’t the only one sounding off on Twitter, as a number of GOP presidential candidates joined the party.

Trump offered a fairly low-energy evaluation of Obama’s final State of the Union address.

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul opted not to show up in person and said it was better off that way.

Mike Huckabee opted to try out some new material for the next open mic night.