The so-called ‘comedian,’ famous for her feuds with Donald Trump, ranted to an anti-Trump crowd Tuesday night.
As the rain poured down Tuesday night in Washington, D.C., Rosie O’Donnell raged against the presidency of Donald Trump, waving her arms at the crowd to inspire anger at Trump and “his pathetic band of white, privileged, criminal businessmen.”
O’Donnell began by citing the Declaration of Independence, indicating her intention to “institute new government” due to the oppression of the Trump administration.
She then referenced the alleged contact between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence,
“This is not Russia!” Following this announcement, O’Donnell directed the Russian word for ‘No’ at the Trump administration: “Nyet! Nyet! Nyet!”
“The internet rules! All media is universal! The truth matters even if our major media companies will not call him a liar,” O’Donnell continued, taking aim at the mainstream media.
O’Donnell also complained that “a very handsome conservative man” asked her if George Soros paid her to speak Tuesday night. O’Donnell responded that Soros “seems like a lovely man. One day I’d like to share a souvlaki with him.”
O’Donnell also moaned about Trump’s wedding to Marla Maples, which she attended. She then called for “no more making war on other people’s countries.”
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