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Rosie O’Donnell Vs. Donald Trump Twitter Feud: “DT Is The World’s Worst Human!”

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Rosie O’Donnell sent some very special New year wishes to president elect Donald Trump. Reigniting her bitter long-running feud with Trump, she attributed him with adjectives like a sick man, criminal, the world’s worst human and mentally unstable.

Her first tweet in the series was sent on Jan 1 where she wrote: “TRUMP IS A CRIMINAL” alongside an article by msnbc.com. On the very next day she tweeted: “DONALD TRUMP IS MENTALLY UNSTABLE, LESS THAN 3 WEEKS TO STOP HIM AMERICA” alongside an article by CNN.

Along with an article by Huffington post, Rosie played with words and tweeted: “impeach Trump begins now” while the article itself was titled “Impeaching Trump.”

On Jan 2. She tweeted “DT IS MENTALLY ILL” and another tweet posted just an hour later read “HE IS THE WORLDS WORST HUMAN.” She even shared an article by NDTV about grave concerns of Harvard’s professors of psychiatry about Trump’s mental stability.

Donald Trump Twitter Feud With Rosie Sparked Again

Rosie began lashing at Trump soon after he send New Year wishes to his Twitter follower. In response to the tweet, Rosie had commented: “we know what to do RESIST YOU – and everything you represent.” This comment was apparently the beginning of the series of other tweets that were shot in next three days.

Her pinned tweet reads: “things one gets over – a cold – a love affair – a broken bone – a sad childhood… things one doesn’t get over THIS STOLEN ELECTION”

She has been constantly tweeting against Trump and many popular faces as well as common citizens are coming out in her support. Bruce Springsteen is one of the biggest names presently on the list who fears that Trump is too incompetent to be the president of America.

Springsteen said he had felt disgust before but never felt the kind of fear that Trump’s victory brought. He told Marc Maron on his WTF podcast that he fears Trump is not competent enough be put in the position of such responsibility.

Open resistance and boycott against Trump is evident on Twitter where many people are seeking support to stop Trump from taking the charge of The White House.

Have a look at the tweets sent by Rosie in past three days below and she continues:

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Donald Trump Twitter Feud With Rosie: A Decade Old Animosity

Rosie and Trump feud is not a new things and Twitter had witnessed it many times before. It’s a decade-old animosity that intensified during the US Presidential race. The feud dates back to to 2006 when O’Donnell criticised Trump as he decided not to fire Miss USA Tara Conner after she was found guilty of underage drinking, drug use, and sexual activities.

Back then, Rosie launched statements like “snake-oil salesman in Little House On The Prairie” to describe Trump. She also attacked him on TV show The View for his multiple marriages.

In his interview with People magazine, Trump retaliated with more power and aggression and anounced that he would sue Rosie for making false statements against him. He also said that he has plans to make money from fat Rosie and called her a loser.

In 2011, when Rosie announced her engagement to then-girlfriend Michelle Rounds, Trump couldn’t hold himself from commenting. In reply to that harsh Tweet, Rossie called Trump an as*.

In 2012 when Rosie suffered a heart attack, Trump seemed to be missing her and wished her good health. Love hate relationship?

And once again in 2014, Trump called her crude, rude, obnoxious and dumb after learking that she was coming back to The View.

The two regularly insulted each other publicly through their Twitter handle and while some supported Rosie, others lashed back at her. It was only recently that O’Donnell was forced to apologize to Barron Trump’s mother Melania Trump for speculating publicly that her son was autistic.

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