Rosie O’Donnell posts pic of her as Steve Bannon and Twitter went nuts
Rosie O’Donnell has pumped rumours she’s set to appear on SNL as Steven Bannon.
Now O’Donnell wants to take to the small screen on SNL as Steve Bannon, the former Breitbart boss who now pulling the strings in Trump’s White House.
Rosie has heightened rumours after changing her Twitter pic to something quite extraordinary.
Her twitter pic now shows up as face mix between herself and Steve Bannon.
Could this pic be the first sign before she does an SNL skit?
Kristen Stewart at the weekend took aim at Trump, saying he’s “obsessed” with her ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson, and that she’s “so gay dude”.
Melissa McCarthy also took to SNL as Trump’s Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
O’Donnell has a long-standing feud with the President, and called her a “loser” on multiple occasions, wants to have her jab.
She tweeted that she would take to SNL, and hinted that she could portray the President’s chief strategist Steve Bannon.
She has once again taken aim at President-elect Donald Trump last month, calling him “mentally unstable”.
The star tweeted her continuing criticism of Trump on New Year’s Day.
She also suggested that the US should attempt to stop his inauguration, which is set to take place on 20 January.
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She wrote: “DONALD TRUMP IS MENTALLY UNSTABLE”, linking to a CNN article in which biographer Harry Hurt III says he was thrown out of a golf course owned by Trump.
Adding: “LESS THAN 3 WEEKS TO STOP HIM AMERICA”.
In other tweets, the comedian attacked Trump as a “sick man”, a “criminal”, and called him the “worst human”.
She also tweeted another article suggesting Trump is “unfit to be President”, with the words “Donald Trump unfit to be president.”
Trump and O’Donnell have continually exchanged blows, as the comedian expresses disapproval at Trump. At the Presidential debate with Hillary Clinton, Trump attempted to humiliate O’Donnell to 84 million viewers.
O’Donnell later tweeted a poem suggesting she had been stuck in bed since the debate for days due to Trump’s words.