Donald Trump breaks his silence about Roseanne, makes it all about himself

Roseanne Barr's show has been cancelled following a racist tweet

Theo Wargo Roseanne Barr's show has been cancelled following a racist tweet

Recently, she told fans via social media that she had "begged" ABC not to cancel the show, and claimed she was willing to "do anything" so that the cast and crew could keep their jobs.

I'd worked doing publicity for them for free for weeks, traveling, through bronchitis.

But Barr fired back: 'I created the platform for that inclusivity and you know it. ME.

She urged her followers not to boycott ABC as well: "I'm not a censor and they have the right to do what they wish".

"The whole thing has been pretty brutal on her, and I hope she can find some peace", he added.

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

"Gee, [Disney CEO] Bob Iger never called President Donald J. Trump to apologize for the terrible statements made and said about me on ABC", Trump tweeted.

The US network on Tuesday cancelled hit sitcom "Roseanne", after star Barr fired off a racist tweet against former White House adviser Valerie Jarrett, who was one of Barack Obama's closest aides.

Yet, just hours later she was tweeting again and on Thursday she announced she planned to stay for good. "And he said to me, 'Oh my gosh, you married up in the world.' And he goes, 'Roseanne was disgusting...' Like, you know what, no matter what kind of divorce you had, that's a weird thing to say".

Barr sounds like she would support such a development.

"I think I'll b better tomorrow", Barr continued on. She followed it up with an apology that read, "I apologize to Valerie Jarrett and to all Americans". "If it hadn't happened yesterday, this season would have been so very bad for everyone every day because she would have felt like she was [being] taken advantage [of], just like when I left the show".

ABC came to the decision to cancel the series, despite its monster ratings, after Barr suggested that Jarrett is the offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of the Apes.

A spokeswoman for Sanofi, the pharmaceutical company that makes Ambien, said in response to Barr's tweets about taking the sedative: "While all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any Sanofi medication".

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