Roseanne Barr Begged ABC to Save Show, Thought Jarrett Was White

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The president tweeted that Disney CEO Bob Iger should apologize to Trump for past comments about him made on ABC because Iger had apologized to Valerie Jarrett, the subject of Roseanne Barr's racist tweet.

Arnold told host Anderson Cooper that he "just knew" after looking at Barr's Twitter feed - and "how far gone she was" prior to the inflammatory tweet about Barack Obama's former White House adviser, Valerie Jarrett - that "this would not end well".

Roseanne Barr now regrets dissing her "Roseanne" co-stars, Sara Gilbert and Michael Fishman, after they denounced her racist tweet, so she's choosing to forgive them. She wrote, as CNN reports:"guys I did something unforgivable, so do not defend me".

Roseanne Barr created a buzz in Hollywood which led to the cancellation of her show following her racist tweet. "I will be on Joe Rogan's podcast friday". "I begged4 ppls jobs", she wrote. Where was the apology for Kathy Griffin going on a profane rant against the president on The View after a photo showed her holding President Trump's decapitated head?

For the second day in a row, President Donald Trump made the Roseanne Barr controversy about himself.

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Some have defended Barr by suggesting that Bill Maher should be fired for comparing Donald Trump to an orangutan, Fox News reported.

United States president Donald Trump has weighed in on the Roseanne Barr debate. "Maybe I just didn't get the call?" She has since returned online and posted more tweets and retweets, including re-posting fans' defence of her. Streaming service Hulu and other cable networks have removed Roseanne reruns, and Barr was also dropped by her talent agency.

"'I begged4 ppls jobs", Barr said in the latest of a storm of tweets this afternoon and early evening.

In the past, the Republican president has cited the program's popularity as evidence that his supporters, who include Barr, want shows that speak to their concerns. She also added a note that she's the most sad about Jayden Rey, the young woman who played Roseanne's black granddaughter on the revival sitcom.

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