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 54-year-old called Trump “mentally unstable” and warned her followers that America has less than three weeks to stop him from becoming president.
She sent the tweet with a link attached that directed to a CNN article about an author who said he was booted off of a Trump golf course by the president-elect because he didn’t like what the author wrote about him in a biography decades ago.
DONALD TRUMP IS MENTALLY UNSTABLE – https://t.co/6AvhoPq1du
LESS THAN 3 WEEKS TO STOP HIM AMERICA
— ROSIE (@Rosie) January 1, 2017
How does O’Donnell propose stopping him, after recounts and begging the Electoral College both didn’t work?
Here’s a new idea: She retweeted a petition that includes having Trump locked in a mental institution. Oh yes, brilliant, Rosie . . . that should work.
Rosie’s celebrity status helped bring the total number of petition signers to a whopping 153 as of this publication.
The feud between Trump and O’Donnell has been going on since the comedian was a host on the ABC show “The View” and got more intense as the Republican ran for president.
It reached its low point in November when O’Donnell suggested Trump’s 10-year-old son Barron might be autistic.
In other news today . . . a pitbull named Scarface viciously attacked its owners, for attempting to make him wear a Christmas sweater.
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