Rosie O’Donnell is doing her level best to engage now-President Donald Trump in a furtherance of their longstanding feud.
With the president set to address Congress Tuesday night, O’Donnell is expected to lead an anti-Trump protest outside the White House beforehand, The Hill reported.
— The Hill (@thehill) February 27, 2017
More from The Hill:
The Broadway vet and former daytime talk show host will be among the “thousands” expected at Tuesday’s “Resistance Address,” according to guidance sent out by organizers. The effort is aimed at “sending a clear message outside of Trump’s front door that his agenda does not represent the values of the American people,” a news release says.
“The rally will feature speakers from diverse organizations and groups of people who have been impacted and harmed by the Trump administration’s policies, including women, people of color and members of the LGBTQ community, as well as environmental and immigrants’ rights groups,” according to a statement.
Of course, O’Donnell’s role now is to create controversy to help ensure the success of the event… and she got a good start with a tweet that seems to confirm much of what Trump has said about her in the past:
— ROSIE (@Rosie) February 27, 2017
The reaction on social media suggests that much of the country has about had its fill of elitist liberal celebrities forcing their views on others.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
— viketom (@TurnbergT) February 27, 2017
@thehill oh great another elite who wears clothes more expensive then a service members yearly pay is going to lead in more nonsense.
— AMVDB73 (@AnnMarieVDB1973) February 27, 2017
@thehill haha, another poster child for the Democratic party, way to go. Please please ask Michael Moore, Meryl Streep & Madome too!
— Wes Finalle (@wfinalle57) February 27, 2017
@thehill Well, she does have a lot of free time on her hands.
— Michelle Anderson (@MichPAnders) February 27, 2017
.@thehill shorter Rosie: “Tell me I matter”
— Chet Cannon (@Chet_Cannon) February 27, 2017
@thehill white elitism at it’s finest. Celebrities should remain patrons of the arts. Make art, not perpetuate hypocrisy
— Concerned Citizen (@MASA_Politik) February 27, 2017
— pjdmarket (@joeyd541) February 27, 2017
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