Donald Trump tweets, Ambien rejects star's blame claim

Donald Trump tweets, Ambien rejects star's blame claim

Donald Trump tweets, Ambien rejects star's blame claim

After getting her ABC reboot of Roseanne canceled with a racist tweet, Roseanne Barr returned to Twitter on Tuesday night to lash out at co-stars of the show and blame her initial behavior on tweeting under the influence of the sleep drug Ambien. The posting led ABC, which is owned by Walt Disney Co, to cancel its hit revival of her "Roseanne" sitcom.

"And so Americans are sitting at home, like Roseanne, and her fans are like, 'Oh my God, what is happening out there?' And they get anxiety", he added.

Caputo is the chief marketing officer for the start-up and thinks the time is right to bring the sitcom on board given that the show got the ax from ABC because of Barr's racist comments.

Barr has since stated that she would be addressing the entire controversy on Joe Rogan's podcast, "The Joe Rogan Experience", this upcoming Friday.

"I am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks".

Both posts, which Barr later deleted, were part of her response to the backlash over her since-scrubbed tweet calling Valerie Jarrett, a top aide in the Obama administration, the offspring of the "Muslim Brotherhood & 'Planet of the Apes'".

The Big Lebowski actor, who played Roseanne's onscreen husband Dan Conner on the sitcom, said he would "rather say nothing than to cause more trouble" in the clip, reportedly filmed at a auto fix shop in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Trump targeted Robert Iger on Twitter, saying: "Iger, where is my call of apology?" He said he "knew it would not end well".

Barr also blamed her offending tweet on a popular sleeping pill.

The Trump tweet continued, "Gee, he never called President Donald J. Trump to apologize for the disgusting statements made and said about me on ABC".

"This is a double standard that the president is speaking about", Mrs Sanders concluded, "no one is defending her [Barr's] comments, they're inappropriate".

Barr also got a message of support from Katie Hopkins.

She later tweeted that people should not defend her.

Though no evidence was provided for the claim other than "sources", Barr's supporters ran with the idea and the disgraced actor even re-tweeted the post herself (as well as several other anti-Obama tweets). "I begged like 40 motherf--s", she later wrote. Sykes had responded to Barr's invective by announcing via Twitter that she wouldn't return to the show.

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