Rosie O’Donnell piled on the disses whereas discussing Donald Trump’s relationship along with his daughter, Ivanka, whom the comic additionally shaded as a ‘talentless’ and ‘non-intelligent’ lady.
Ivanka Trump, 37, confronted mockery after following her dad, President Donald Trump, 73, to Osaka’s G20 summit, and Rosie O’Donnell, 57, joined within the shade! On the July 10 episode of her SiriusXM present, journalist Michelangelo Signorile introduced up Ivanka’s attendance on the world leaders’ occasion and requested what the POTUS is “doing” with Ivanka. And that’s when Rosie veered the dialog outdoors of politics. “I believe he’s been doing dangerous issues along with her for a really very long time,” Rosie quipped, including, “There’s a creepy incest really feel that could be very prevalent amongst Donald Trump and his youngsters, no less than his daughter. Very creepy. I don’t know.” HollywoodLife has reached out to Donald and Ivanka’s rep for remark, however didn’t hear again on the time of publication.
Rosie then took photographs at Ivanka particularly, with regard to rumors that Ivanka is vying to develop into the primary feminine president. “I believe she’s like, you already know, a talentless, non-intelligent, non-powerful lady,” the comic continued. “And, I believe she’s — it’s laughable to consider her in any sort of public service function. Nobody in his household has ever been in public service. Why ought to they begin now?” Though Ivanka serves because the Advisor to the president, it seems to be like Rosie doesn’t think about that sufficient political expertise to develop into commander-in-chief.
Donald has lengthy been on the brunt of feedback like Rosie’s, due to his public reward over Ivanka’s magnificence and that one notorious joke throughout a 2006 look on The View: “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, maybe I’d be courting her.” However Rosie has discovered a number of points relating to the president to choose at, corresponding to that one time she accused him of “encouraging” those that are “making an attempt to battle off their very own inner racism” in Aug. 2018.