So, President Donald Trump is supposedly upset that a woman played his White House press secretary on "Saturday Night Live" last weekend. Lately the big deal has been Melissa McCarthy's portrayal of Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
O'Donnell's new profile photo appears to be a digitally altered picture of Bannon featuring her face replacing his. Many suggested longtime Trump nemesis Rosie O'Donnell potray maligned Trump advisor Steve Bannon, who rose to national prominence as the head of the racist, homophobic, Islamophobic website Breitbart.
She tweeted that she would take to SNL, and hinted that she could portray the President's chief strategist Steve Bannon.
The star tweeted her continuing criticism of Trump on New Year's Day. On Feb. 6, a report in Politico claimed that Trump was angry that his press secretary was played by a woman. She also said she would need "a few days to prepare" for the role. "I am here to serve", she tweeted. A representative for the comedian said O'Donnell is not going to play Bannon this weekend, ABC reported.
The idea being that Trump's main celebrity foil impersonating the man who most consider to be pulling Trump's strings in office would be enough to drive the President legitimately insane.
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Shares of Macy's rose as much as 12 percent Friday, its biggest intraday gain since August 11, according to Bloomberg. Last month, Macy's announced plans to cut more than 10,000 jobs and close stores, including one at the Everett Mall.
'Trump doesn't like his people to look weak, ' added a top Trump donor. "Doing this is unusual, but what is even more odd is this is real".
O'Donnell, however, has stood her ground.
It's a different Rosie O'Donnell photo that is causing the Internet to stop in its collective tracks.
But, as her picture proves, O'Donnell-as-Bannon is quite convincing, and, honestly, SNL using her in a new skit would be just what the world needs right now - some escapism.
Feb 11 2017 IEA OMR: The First Cut is the Deepest
Saudi Arabia, the IEA said, appeared to cut more than was agreed on at the meeting with some key non-OPEC members in November. According to data compiled by Bloomberg , Qatar's condensate and natural gas liquids surged past its oil production in 2010.
Feb 10 2017 Arizona mother deported to Mexico in immigration action
As protestors surrounded the auto and held signs urging ICE not to breakup families, they shouted "liberation, not deportation". Some chanted, "Liberation, not deportation", and her daughter, Jacqueline, held a sign that read "Not one more deportation".
Feb 09 2017 Scottish MPs Reject Brexit
She said it is "vital" for farming powers to be transferred from the European Union direct to Holyrood. Both parties agreed the terms of the first independence referendum through the Edinburgh Agreement.
Feb 08 2017 Alastair Cook reveals one regret as England captain
Root has just seven Tests before next winter's Ashes series, which is little time to get used to the role. They chose to back their captain who was younger and more central to their plans going forward.
Feb 07 2017 Australian woman dies in jet-skiing accident in Phuket
Nobody could do anything. "From the very moment I met you I loved you, I cherished your genuine heart, and that lovely smile". Lifeguards gave her first aid on the beach before taking her to a nearby hospital but she died en route.
Feb 05 2017 Senate Committee Clears DeVos for Final Confirmation Vote
She has drawn the fire of teachers unions for her support for charter schools and taxpayer-funded vouchers for private education. Senate held a vote Friday morning on the nomination of Betsy DeVos for secretary of education.
Feb 04 2017 Oil Rises after First Month of OPEC Cuts
Both Brent crude and WTI prices fell on Thursday after official data showed that USA stockpiles rose by 6.5 million barrels. Russian Federation cut production in January by around 100,000 barrels per day ( bpd ), according to data seen by Reuters .