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Rosie O’Donnell Says Donald Trump is ‘Mentally Unstable’


If you ever thought that Rosie O’Donnell is burying the hatchet with Donald Trump then you could never be farther from the truth. According to the latest tweet the actress traded towards the American president-elect, Trump is ‘mentally unstable’.

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To increase the severity of the tweet, O’Donnell linked a CNN story to her comment. In the story, Trump is alleged to have kicked out a biographer from one of his many golf courses, further fuelling the bad publicity the to-be president has attracted since winning the election in November.

“Less than 3 weeks America” was her call to the electorates, and her 920,000 Twitter followers, to stop the mentally unstable Trump’ from taking over the most powerful office on earth. She categorically used the term impeach’ showing how far adrift the two archrivals have become following Trump’s unexpected win.

The two, O’Donnell and Trump, have had a bad blood for over a decade now. It began back in 2006 when O’Donnell was hosting the View and took a new twist during the recent president debates and election.

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With O’Donnell constantly taking swipes at Trump throughout the election debate, the 45th American president-in-waiting did not spare her. He called her many unmentionable names such as ‘slob’ and ‘fat pig’ for all those years. He, Trump, even brought her up during the presidential debates.

With O’Donnell coming out as a staunch supporter of Hillary Clinton, the billionaire revived the long standing beef with the comedian. While over the years things seemed to take a slow turn, the election campaign-with Trump winning the Republican’s front runner- proved to scratch olds wounds.

Are we going to see the most hated president the US ever had? As it stands out, it seems Trump’s presidency is going to be the most turbulent in history. With the number of enemies and critics he has made over the years, not forgetting his novelty in politics, Trump should embrace himself for hard times ahead.

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