Hill arguably took her criticism of Trump too far when she said the president “is” a white supremacist.
“I’m fine. I’m anxious about all the people out there who don’t have a circle of friends and followers who come right to their defense”, said Jarrett in an in an interview with MSNBC during a town hall focused on ‘Everyday Racism in America’.
Unfortunately, the president did not elaborate on which of ABC’s “HORRIBLE statements” he’s referring to; however, Trump has repeatedly had issues with the network, as is well documented on Twitter.
In a since-deleted overnight tweet, Barr blamed a dose of Ambien for the incendiary tweet in which she likened Valerie Jarrett, an African American former White House aide, to an ape.
Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett during a roundtable with President Barack Obama on Hurricane Katrina at Andrew P. Sanchez Community Center in New Orleans, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015.
“Since the show was called Roseanne, they do not know how they would replace her, or if it would even work without her, but they have all gotten so much feedback asking them to rebrand and continue with the same cast”, minus Barr. Barr later apologized and said she would stop posting on Twitter. But I’ve got a better idea. I am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks. She has expressed sorrow for her castmates, who are out of a job, while also blasting Gilbert and others for “throwing her under the bus” with public their public admonishments. Just one tweet? Or a long time coming?
“It was nuts, like all of a sudden they’re just like, ‘We’re done!”
Filmmaker Michael Moore has teased an explosive “secret project” that will featured President Donald Trump and Roseanne Barr. “That’s an absolute fact”.
“I generally believe he thinks black people are risky and Mexicans are rapists”, Arnold said.
“And so Americans are sitting at home, like Roseanne, and her fans are like, ‘Oh my God, what is happening out there?’ And they get anxiety”, he added. In comparison, TBS can give Samantha Bee a looser leash, because they get revenue from both subscriber fees and advertising.
The remaining cast has been mostly silent since releasing initial statements blasting Barr for her offensive tweets.
At the end of the news conference, one reporter shouted: “Where is the president’s apology for the things he’s said over the years?”
There were claims ABC were looking at bringing Roseanne’s co-stars into a spin-off, which Goodman dismissed, saying: “Then you’ve heard more than I have”.