Rosie O’Donnell continues her Twitter spree against Donald Trump a week after asking for martial law

Rosie O'Donnell talks to the audience during a taping of her show in Chicago, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011. "The Rosie Show" premieres Monday, Oct. 10 on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and will be taped at the former home of "The Oprah Winfrey Show." (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Actress Rosie O’Donnell continued her ongoing Twitter focus on President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday with what will likely be one her last pleas to the American people before Trump becomes the next President of the United States.

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“I AM WITH ANYONE – LITERALLY – BUT HIM – GOOD GOD AMERICA DONT THROW OUR LEGACY AWAY – OUR BRIGHTEST MEN HAVE LED US THROUGH – HE CANT B 45,” Rosie wrote, in reference to Trump becoming the 45th President of the United States.

Since Trump won the presidential election in early November, Rosie has constantly tweeted against the man whom she has engaged in a public spat with for several decades.

This spat was given a new dose of relevance when Trump ridiculed Rosie during a presidential debate in 2016.

“Hillary is hitting me with tremendous commercials. Some of it I said in entertainment, some of it said to somebody who has been very vicious to me, Rosie O’Donnell,” Trump said about past comments he had made about women.
“I said very tough things to her, and I think everybody would agree she deserves it, and nobody feels sorry for her.”

Earlier this month, O’Donnell called for martial law to be imposed to block Trump from ever taking the Oath of Office.


“Delay the day – do not swear him in until it is investigated – for the love of god america – we must stop the inaugruation.”

President-elect Donald Trump is set to be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Friday morning in Washington, D.C.

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