Donald Trump - just like the rest of us - appears to be losing interest in his tireless tirade against Rosie O’Donnell and Barbara Walters.But before retreating from the battle with “The View” gals, he fired off a response yesterday after the gals called him - not by name - a “poor, pathetic man” during their morning chat fest.
“Barbara Walters has taken the low road for the sake of her show rather than the sake of her morality,” Trump spat in his one-page statement. “Barbara has become a sad figurehead dominated by a third-rate comedian.”
“They didn’t even have the courage to mention me by name,” he railed about yesterday’s show, adding that Walters acted like O’Donnell’s “pathetic puppet.”
On “The View,” Rosie began her daily Donald diatribe with: “Well, he’s at it again.”
She was, of course, referring to the vitriolic letter written to her from Trump, in which he said Walters compared working with her on the ABC talk show with “living in hell.”
After establishing that Ro and Baba were “OK” with one another, O’Donnell called “The View” boss a “sister-friend,” and sealed their bond with a high-five.
Before signing off on his uncharacteristic one-page missive, Trump took a moment to blast O’Donnell’s comment that the ratings for his Sunday “The Apprentice” premiere “tanked,” insisting that it was “#1 from 10:30 to 11:00 in all of television.”
Oh, just shut up.
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