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Rosie O’Donnell Back In The News – Turns MSNBC Interview Into Utter Trainwreck

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Rosie O’Donnell Back In The News – Turns MSNBC Interview Into Utter Trainwreck

In the Monday interview on “The Beat,” O’Donnell said that Trump wasn’t “a legitimate president” and that Russia “actually gave him the election,” called him “a horrible, horrible human with no soul” and, in a Olympian feat of projection, said that he had “a very serious mental disorder” and was not “mentally stable enough to run this country.”

“When I watched the Helsinki summit and I, too, watched our president abandon our nation and be totally the betrayer that he is, I was horrified,” O’Donnell told host Ari Melber, according to Breitbart.

“He should not be president. I don’t believe he’s a legitimate president. I believe if it weren’t for Russia, he never would have won. And the reason he’s not so panicked about Russia, he knows they will try again to do exactly what they did in 2016. Although the mainstream media won’t say it yet, they actually gave him the election. I believe that firmly, and I think a lot of people do.

As Written By Conservative Tribune:

If Rosie had said just that little nugget about lying, this would already be one of the most mind-boggling interviews of this or any week. For better or worse, O’Donnell continued to supply an embarrassment of riches.

“I think Helsinki was the last straw for a lot of people. It’s like, forget it,” she continued. “You can’t get more blatant than he did right there, swore his allegiance to Russia. I believe he should be impeached. I’m sickened by Congress, that doesn’t call for impeachment when we have horrible evidence of his high crimes and misdemeanors.”

I must note that Rosie is far from the only person who apparently wasn’t watching the same news conference I was, but even at that, few reasonable sources claimed that it constituted “high crimes and misdemeanors.” Well, except for the Obama CIA Director John Brennan, who called it treasonous. Then again, I suppose I said “reasonable.”

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