It is surprise that Rosie O’Donnell and Donald Trump do not get along. About a decade ago, Trump lashed out at Rosie, calling her a “real loser” and a “woman out of control” after she spoke about the reality star while hosting The View in 2006. Now, Rosie O’Donnell has hit back at Trump again with harsh words during a Sirius XM radio interview on Wednesday.
During the satellite radio interview, the comedian alluded to the possible lewd nature of President Trump and daughter Ivanka’s relationship. O’Donnell did not mince words when she called Trump and his daughter’s weird relationship as bordering on the incestual. Rosie said that Trump and Ivanka’s relationship is “very creepy.” In practically in the same breath, she called women’s soccer captain and most valuable player Megan Rapinoe is an “inspirational” hero for women who is very “well-spoken.”
Because Trump has had a feud with Rosie for more than a decade, her words concerning his “creepy” relationship with the First Daughter ignited things again and forced the President to respond to her allegations.
Rosie said the controversial comments while on the radio with Michelangelo Signorile on Wednesday.
“There’s a creepy incest feel that is very prevalent amongst Donald Trump and his children. At least his daughter (Ivanka). I think he’s been doing bad things with her for a very long time.”
Rosie has never been shy about sharing her opinion, which has helped her reach the heights of the comedy world. After claiming that Trump and his daughter share have a “creepy incest” relationship, she then went on to criticize the First Daughter.
“I think she’s like, a talentless, non-intelligent, non-powerful, woman,” Rosie said. “It’s laughable to think of her (Ivanka) in any kind of public service role. No one in his family has ever been in public service. Why should they start now?”
Rosie first started fighting back against Trump when she challenged his moral authority to judge Miss USA contestants. Trump responded by calling Rosie “fat” and a “loser.”
During the same interview with the Sirius XM host, Rosie gushed over her love for soccer star Rapinoe, who also shares the same distaste for the sitting President. She described the soccer MVP had had her politics “on point.”
“She’s so inspirational, and she’s so well-spoken, and her politics are on point. I admire her greatly. She’s so young to be so composed,” she said.
She described the American women winning the women’s World Cup as a “thrill” that “made America remember what America is and can be.”
In addition to sharing her political thoughts about Donald Trump and Megan Rapinoe, Rosie held another Sirius XM radio interview where she had a few choice words to say about her former co-hosts of The View, Whoopi Goldberg. That topic came up during her visit on Chatting on The Clay Cane Show.
Rosie said she was shocked when Goldberg proclaimed America as not a racist country. She made that claim during a heated back-and-forth with Rosie in 2014.
“Whoopi saying there is no racism in this country, to me… I couldn’t believe it. A black woman in America. Older than me. How’s that possible? I don’t know. I didn’t understand it really, and I also didn’t want to fight with a legend. One of the few black women to ascend to a level that very few black women ever get to.”
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