Rosie O’Donnell hates Donald Trump and the feeling is certainly mutual. After the report on how President Donald Trump reacted negatively to Melissa McCarthy in drag embodying his Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live, Rosie O’Donnell has said she would impersonate Chief Strategist Steve Bannon on the show. Several people suggested O’Donnell play Bannon, and she is apparently all in.
McCarthy’s portrayal of Spicer left Trump deeply unimpressed, sources said after the clip aired, but it also left viewers longing for more comedic clips featuring Trump Staffers.
Daily Mail reports,
After Politico released a report saying that the aspect of the sketch that bothered the President the most was the fact that his administration member was played by a woman, social media users took to Twitter calling for some of Trump’s least favorite actresses to join the show.
O’Donnell retweeted one person, saying she’s available, adding: ‘If called I will serve !!!’
She tweeted back at one person, saying that if she got the call she ‘would need to have a few days to prepare’ and ‘will be ready.’
Other people on Twitter suggested that Meryl Streep take up the role of Bannon. One person suggested Ellen Degeneres impersonate Vice President Mike Pence.
Trump and O’Donnell have been embattled in a decade-long feud that kicked off long before the November 8 election.
It began in 2006 when O’Donnell was a host on The View and continued for years. Throughout Trump’s campaign for the White House, O’Donnell regularly took swipes at the president-elect.
Watch what Trump had to say about Rosie back then: