Trump and Daughter Ivanka Criticized During Trip to Japan

Comedian Rosie O’Donnell reemerged this week to accuse President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka of having an incestuous relationship with one another.

Fox News reported that O’Donnell made the outrageous allegation while appearing on SiriusXM’s “The Michelangelo Signorile Show.” There, she was asked about Ivanka attending the G20 Summit in Japan and about Trump’s prediction that his daughter would become the first female president.

“Oh, dear lord,” O’Donnell explained.

“Talk a little bit about Ivanka Trump and what Donald Trump is doing with her,” Signorile asked her.

“I don’t know what he’s doing with her…” O’Donnell began, making it clear that an incest accusation was coming.

“I mean, politically,” Signorile responded as he laughed.

“I think he’s been doing bad things with her for a very long time,” O’Donnell said. “There’s a creepy, incest feel that is very prevalent amongst Donald Trump and his children, or at least his daughter. Very creepy.”

Not stopping there, O’Donnell proceeded to tear into Ivanka’s character.

“I think she’s like, you know a talentless, non-intelligent non-powerful woman,” she said. “And, I think she’s, it’s laughable to think of her in any kind of public service role. No one in his family has ever been in public service. Why should they start now?”

This is far from the first time that O’Donnell has attacked President Trump and his family, as the two have been in a bitter feud with each other since 2004. Though Trump has stayed silent about O’Donnell since taking office, the comedian has only increased her attacks on him in the years since he took office, regularly calling for his impeachment and arrest.

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Earlier this year, O’Donnell went so far as to predict that Trump will be arrested before the 2020 election. The Hill reported that when O’Donnell was asked if she thinks Trump will be reelected in 2020, she replied, “I certainly do not. I think he’ll be arrested.”

“I believe in America and I believe in our political system, and I believe we will right the wrong of the tyranny of Donald Trump,” she continued.

O’Donnell has previously referred to Trump as treasonous and “mentally unstable.”

“I never in a million years would have imagined that so many people would fall for him,” O’Donnell said of Trump last year.

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