Tom Selleck Is Fed Up With Rosie O’Donnell - One Sentence Silences Her

As inauguration day draws near for President Elect Donald Trump draws near, Rosie O'Donnell seems to be spiraling more and more into a tizzy. She makes repeated posts on social media calling for martial law and a delay in the inauguration. The talk show host has a long history of losing it whenever someone disagrees with her politics, as is evident in an old clip in which she berates Tom Selleck for being an NRA member.

Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump had a famous Twitter feud in which things got seriously ugly. The feud started years ago, after O'Donnell insulted Trump about his marriages when she was discussing headlines about him on 'The View', a panel talk show.

O'Donnell was also constantly getting into skirmishes with her conservative co-host, Elizabeth Hasselbeck, over political issues. The fights resulted in O'Donnell's departure from the show.

Clips from O'Donnell's first talk show, ‘The Rosie O'Donnell Show', reveal that even then the comedian couldn't tolerate anyone with alternate political views in her presence. Tom Selleck appeared on her show to promote his film 'The Love Letter' when the host confronted him about his membership in the NRA.

Even then, Selleck told her, "It's an act of moral vanity, Rosie, to assume someone who disagrees with your political agenda to solve our problems cares any less or..."

At that point, O'Donnell cut him off. She continued to fire questions at him and cut off his answers, despite him trying to give polite and thoughtful answers. Selleck ended up shutting down and ignoring her as the interview continued.

"That woman O’Donnell is a fool and there is no cure for her," Selleck later said about O'Donnell, reports AWM.

Source: AWM
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