There was a moment in Sean Hannity's interview tonight with Roseanne Barr when the two seemed like old friends.
"I was so sad that people thought it was racist", Barr said, in her first televised interview since the "Rosanne" revival was shut down after ABC deemed the tweet "abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values". "I imagine you would say that about me", he said.
Since outspoken Trump supporter Roseanne Barr was sacked from the ABC show bearing her name, some conservatives have been eager to see liberals face similar repercussions.
She said: "I'm not a racist and the people who voted for Trump, they're not racist either, and Trump isn't a racist, sorry". "I feel like I have apologized and explained and asked for forgiveness and made recompense, that's part of my religion". "I asked them to let me go on The View and other shows and explain and correct that I didn't say what they were putting out there, and they said no", she said.
"The first thing was shock when they said it was racial when it was supposed to be political". And I'm sorry for the misunderstanding that caused my ill-worded tweet. I'm sorry that you feel harm and hurt. "I apologize. I never meant to hurt anybody".
By the end of the interview, Hannity was giving her ideas for a speaking tour and a stand-up comedy tour.
"'I am a creative genius, and this is not a good feeling for an artist to be treated this way, and it's not a good feeling for a citizen, either", she said. "She needs a new haircut". It was important for her to atone personally, but also as a "high profile ambassador" as a Jewish woman and a "practitioner of Jewish beliefs".
She did not clarify what she believed was Jarrett's involvement in the agreement. A few hours after her initial video, Barr posted another clip to YouTube, titled, "Roseanne Barr's official statement".
She said the tweet referencing former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett - "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby = vj" - was a bid to seek accountability for the 2015 worldwide agreement limiting Iran's nuclear program.
But that goodwill went out the window because the ballboy specifically tossed the ball to the child in the front row". One person defending the move responding to the tweet, "I like this guy, and he's got a pair of incredible shades on.
So the only way he figures that he's going to get reelected - as sure as you're sitting there - is to start a war with Iran. A senior administration official said it augured a " more aggressive, comprehensive approach" to Iran.
Mr Rouhani also suggested Iran could immediately ramp up its production of uranium in response to United States . pressure. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is bitterly opposed to Iran , praised Trump's "strong stance" on Tehran .
Abu Rudeineh also touched on the issue of Jerusalem al-Quds, which the U.S. recognized a year ago as the "capital" of Israel. Instead, Israel is the state of the Jewish people, roughly half of whom are not even Israeli.
She and her employer, CNN , said she was barred because White House officials found her questions "inappropriate", which Mr. The decision to bar a member of the press is retaliatory in nature and not indicative of an open and free press.
It breaks my heart that she is going through this. "You will fight this and you will come out of it even stronger". In addition, Demi Lovato's scheduled performance in Atlantic City this coming Thursday has been cancelled.
Pyongyang apparently has a big demand for the US if the latter wants to keep talking about North Korea's nuclear arsenal. Images sent to CBN News by 38 North show North Korea's main satellite launch facility is starting to be dismantled.
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