Ann Coulter speaks onstage at The Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe at Sony Studios on August 27, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images

Ann Coulter reportedly petitioned for the firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions Tuesday, according to Washington Post reporter Robert Costa. Coulter reportedly emailed the Washington Post with a message for President Donald Trump regarding Sessions.

Costa took to Twitter Tuesday, citing that Coulter emailed the Washington Post asking for President Trump to "be a man" and fire Sessions.

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"Ann Coulter emails WashPost w/ msg for Pres. Trump: "Be a man – if you don’t want Sessions, then fire him. You’re the PRESIDENT," Costa’s tweet read.

"Coulter to WashPost: "It’s starting to feel like Capt. Queeg. He’s screwing with Sessions? Wow, is that treacherous!" Costa subsequently tweeted.

Coulter tweeted a statement saying that it was Kushner’s decision to fire James Comey.

"Reminder: It was Kushner's decision to fire Comey that brought the Independent Counsel, not Sessions recusing himself months earlier," the tweet read.

Coulter also retweeted a 2016 New York Times interview with President Trump.

"NOV. 22, 2016: Donald Trump Drops Threat of New Hillary Clinton Investigation," she wrote.

Coulter commented on President Trump and Sessions before. She took to Twitter last Thursday saying that President Trump incorrectly blamed Attorney General Jeff Sessions for the naming of special counsel Robert Mueller in the examinations of the alleged Russian collusion with the Trump campaign.

"Who’s going to tell Trump?" she tweeted. "It wasn’t Sessions’ recusal that led to Special Counsel; It was Trump’s own boasting to Lester Holt 2 mos [months] later."

Coulter referred to the criticisms that President Trump made during in an interview with The New York Times last Thursday.

"Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else, "he said. "Jeff Sessions takes the job, gets into the job, recuses himself, which frankly I think is very unfair to the president."

"How do you take a job and then recuse yourself? If he would have recused himself before the job, I would have said, ‘Thanks, Jeff, but I’m not going to take you.’ It’s extremely unfair," he concluded, "and that’s a mild word — to the president."

In her June 28 column, Coulter claimed conservative pundit John Hannity would follow President’s Trump’s lead no matter what. She claimed that Hannity censored her comments during a June 22 interview with Hannity. She criticized President Trump’s relationship with Goldman Sachs and his apparent admiration for chief economic adviser Gary Cohn.

"Sean Hannity, bless his heart, has the zeal of the late Trump convert," she wrote. "He would endorse communism if Trump decided to implement the policies of ‘The Communist Manifesto.’ (Which the GOP’s health care bill actually does!)."

"On his show last Thursday, he tried to get me to defend Trump’s ‘rich person’ remarks about Cohn," she continued. "I wish you could see the segment, but, unfortunately, Hannity decided no one would ever see it — NOT, I hasten to add, because he would ever censor criticism of Trump, but simply because he ran out of time."