Given how destructive her input often is to the Hate Trump movement, Fox News’ Jesse Watters was compelled to ask Eric Trump if Rosie O’ Donnell is on the Trump payroll.
President Donald Trump’s second son appeared on “Watters’ World” Saturday night and responded to a video clip of O’Donnell calling on the US military to remove his father from the White House.
“Could you imagine if you had said about President Obama that we should send the military to the White House and take him out?” Watters said, after running the clip.
“Game over,” Trump replied.
O’Donnell suggested the military coup comment during an appearance Thursday on MSNBC — and the shocking remark was well received:
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) October 19, 2018
“She appears every two months,” Trump said, “and then she embarrasses herself and she disappears — I guarantee you won’t hear from Rosie O’Donnell for two months — and she reappears and embarrasses herself. It’s like a game of whack-a-mole.”
“Does she work for you?” Watters then asked. “Because it seems like every time she says something it helps the president. Is he paying her, honestly?”
The first son then offered a more serious take on the antics seen from the left.
“The sad thing about it, this country, despite the nonsense and noise and rhetoric […] this country is doing so well,” Trump observed.
“America has never done better,” he continued. “By every metric, we are crushing it. Can you imagine if these people got on board and said, ‘Hey, you know what, we might differ on this thing and this little thing, but let’s push forward,’ because we’re thriving as a nation.”
With good reason, Watters was highly skeptical about whether it would ever happen.
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