Rosie O'Donnell's Election Day Tweets Are Dragging Trump All Over the Place

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 25: Rosie O'Donnell attends The Actors Fund 2016 Gala at Marriott Marquis Times Square on April 25, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images)
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If you’ve been following the 2016 election, you should know that Donald Trump and Rosie O’Donnell have a tense history. The two have been publicly sparring since 2006, and in the past 10 years have exchanged a series of bitter back-and-forths only worsened by Trump’s presidential campaign. Now that the U.S. is finally on the cusp of deciding its next president, O’Donnell’s Election Day tweets show she isn’t holding back when it comes to her feelings about him.

Though her timeline has been filled with anti-Trump sentiments for months, it hit a fever pitch on Tuesday. She’s shared articles discrediting him, retweeted fans on her side, and commented directly — and quite bluntly — about her disdain for the former business mogul. Over the years, Trump has called O'Donnell everything from his signature phrase “true loser” to “crude, rude, obnoxious and dumb.” And it’s not just the name-calling O’Donnell takes issue with, but his platform as a political figure. She frequently shares reports that showcase why she thinks he’s not fit for the job. See for yourself just how many ways O’Donnell has combated Trump in her Election Day tweets below.

She Supports Those Who Speak Out Against Him

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In addition to sharing her own feelings on Twitter, O'Donnell has been finding people who share her anti-Trump sentiments and adding to their comments, showing that she's definitely not alone.

She Calls Trump Out Directly

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O'Donnell seems pretty confident in the outcome of the election.

She Stans For His Opponent

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She's not just tweeting negatively about Trump, O'Donnell has also been supporting Clinton and seems excited for her chances. Plus, she's just generally enthusiastic about getting people to vote.

And Even Her Retweets Are Pointed

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Even when she's not directly expressing her own thoughts, O'Donnell makes her views about Trump very known on Twitter.


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