Famous Lesbian Reignites Feud With Trump – Guess Who Loses?


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Donald Trump ought to pay Rosie O’Donnell rent for all the space he’s taking up in her head.

The comedian has not stopped tweeting about the president-elect, and ways to stop him from becoming the president, since his November election victory. On New Year’s Day she took it further with a new possible scheme to keep Trump from the Oval Office.

The actress shared a message on Sunday to her 900,000-plus Twitter followers informing them that they have “less than 3 weeks to stop” the President-elect.

“Donald Trump is mentally unstable,” O’Donnell wrote on Twitter, linking to a CNN report about a Trump biographer who says the President-elect had him escorted from a Trump-owned Florida golf course on Friday.

Calling the incoming commander-in-chief mentally unstable is merely par for the course for the 54-year-old comedienne.

Last May, O’Donnell confidently declared that Trump “will never be president,” and has previously called him “the worst representation of what the United States is or could be.”

The O’Donnell-Trump feud has been on and off for the past 10 years.

O’Donnell and Trump have feuded publicly for years, but the conflict reached a new level earlier this year, when the comedian vowed to leave the country if Trump were elected president. 

“We’ll get rid of Rosie. Oh, I love it,” Trump said in April about the possibility of O’Donnell leaving the country if he won the White House. “Now I have to get elected because I’m going to do a great service to our country. Now it’s much more important. In fact, I’ll immediately get off this call and start campaigning right now.”

Last month, O’Donnell apologized to future First Lady Melania Trump for sharing a video on her social media account that suggested that 10-year-old Barron Trump could be autistic.

“I apologize to @MELANIATRUMP – i was insensitive in my RT – i am sorry for the pain i caused – it was not my intent – i am truly sorry -,” O’Donnell tweeted.

It was unclear exactly what O’Donnell meant by suggesting there are three weeks left to “stop” Trump. There is a “Women’s March on Washington” scheduled for January 21, the day after Trump’s inauguration, though O’Donnell has not said if she will be attending the event.


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