Rosie O'Donnell called Elizabeth Hasselbeck's return to 's 'The View' "weird" and her conservative personality made her decide to leave the show. I hinted that it was the reason why I stopped watching.
The 60-year-old comediansaid in her TikTok video on Thursday, "I saw it," a day earlier she appeared on ABC's talk show Hasselbeck. mentioned that he appeared in
She "remembered why I didn't want to see her with her anymore. Her little post-it note, I don't know," she added.
O'Donnell mentioned "fox & friends." The alum's decision to criticize President Biden with sticky notes during the segment.
"Americans can't afford your America," she read first, followed by "Gasoline prices hurt us."
The 'Survivor' alum wrote another following these notes, saying, 'Recessions are real' and 'I didn't vote for you, but my prayers are for you. There is." I read.
O'Donnell described her Hasselbeck moves as "weird" ” and concluded: , "Yeah. Well, I hope you're having a nice day. And if you saw it yesterday, I hope you've recovered." From 2007 to 2007 he worked with Hasselbeck on "The View", but left the show after a notorious brawl.
Hasselbeck retired in 2013, but she chose the word O'. Donnell when the "SMILF" alumreturned the following year in her absence.
"Nothing ruins a vacation like hearing news like this."
"Talk about not defending the border," she said then. " 'The View' was exactly that, spitting in front of our military, in front of her own network, and in front of someone who really stood by her and had a civilized discussion. A woman who spit in. For the time she was there.
Having "a little crush on" former "Look for Less" host Hasselbeck, she said she began praying about them "immediately."
"[Hasselbeck] was so terrified of the notion that a lesbian was in love with her that she had to go directly to Jesus. O'Donnell joked on Instagram Live in March 2019, "She kept calling out Jesus.
"Yeah, Jesus thought she was a gay man. I was trying to save her from!"