‘He’s a vicious dictator and he admires vicious dictators…’
(Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) Rosie O’Donnell called President Donald Trump a “hateful person without a soul” during an interview with Variety, in which she discussed her plan to join a White House protest, the 2018 midterm elections, and the 2020 presidential election.
O’Donnell sang with more than 50 Broadway performers at the White House, part of a three-week long nightly demonstration which the protesters call the “Kremlin Annex,” on Monday.
Activists attempt to be so loud that “they hope the president will have trouble sleeping.”
O’Donnell predicted a positive outcome for Democrats in the midterm elections.
“I am hopeful we are going to take the House and if we’re lucky, the Senate and then we’re going to get rid of [Trump] as soon as possible — a day after we win. And I think people will be rejoicing all over the place, all over the world,” she said.
She bashed Trump supporters and implied that they did not know who they voted for.
“And now it’s so tragically sad what he’s doing to a part of the country that doesn’t have neither the time or the resources or desire to look deeper,” she said. “He’s taking the people who are easily fooled and fooling them over and over again to the point where we are now in this horrible predicament.”
O’Donnell didn’t say who she would support in the 2020 presidential election.
“Anyone in there — Republican or Democrat — is going to be better than him,” she said. “He’s a vicious dictator and he admires vicious dictators.”
She said she won’t run for president in 2020.
O’Donnell said she doesn’t have the “mental ability” to run for office, citing her distress over Trump’s border policies.
“I really don’t. I suffer from depression and I take things very personally. At night, I still wake up because of those babies that are missing…It’s like a Hitler movie.”
She followed the media’s narrative about Trump regarding his recent tweets that criticized LeBron James’s intelligence.
“He’s so beyond a racist,” O’Donnell said. “He’s just a hateful person without a soul.”