Rosie O’Donnell Responds To Trump’s Debate Performance & She Is PISSED OFF (DETAILS)


Amidst accusations of misogyny lobbied against him at Monday night’s debate, Donald Trump decided to reignite his old feud with Rosie O’Donnell. Instead of apologizing, like a gentleman, or any real politician would do, he decided to just make it worse by insulting her further and saying that she deserved it. In response to Hillary Clinton pointing out that Trump has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs, Trump said he thought it was justified:

‘Some of it I said in entertainment, some of it said to somebody who has been very vicious to me, Rosie O’Donnell. I said very tough things to her and I think everybody would agree she deserves it and nobody feels sorry for her.’

O’Donnell took up the gauntlet and responded via her Twitter feed, calling him the “orange anus” and posting the video that set off the decade long feud back in 2006.

‘the 5 mins orange anus can’t seem to get over — tell the truth – shame the donald’

The video shows Rosie O’Donnell admonishing Trump for his treatment of Tara Connor, a former Miss USA. Trump had held a press conference in order to humiliate the 21-year-old for going out to parties and dance clubs in New York City. Trump had said that she may not be able to keep her crown because of her behavior.

During the spot in the video from the old episode of The View, O’Donnell also admonished him for his multiple bankruptcies, despite inheriting a fortune from his father. She also likened him to a snake oil salesman, “like on Little House on the Prairie.”

O’Donnell also points out his hypocrisy for judging the young woman, saying:

‘He annoys me on a multitude of levels. He’s the moral authority?! Left the first wife, had an affair, left the second wife, had an affair, had kids both times but he’s the moral compass for 20-year-olds in America?’

Donald Trump is just too ego-bound and emotionally unstable for the presidency. American presidents have received many openly vicious criticisms in the last two administrations, from “chimpanzee” pictures of George W. Bush for his simplistic manner to “gorilla” pictures of Barack Obama for his African ancestry. This isn’t a partisan issue, and presidents of both parties have had to deal with blatant disrespect from all sides. If Donald Trump can’t keep his temper when criticized by a (let’s face it) C-list celebrity, how is he going to handle the teams of late-night TV talk show writers? How is he going to face criticisms from other nations?

It’s certain something to think about when considering which candidate has the right temperament to deal coolly and calmly with the issues facing us in a global economy.

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