Donald Trump doubled down on his infamous negative remarks about Rosie O'Donnell during Monday's presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, and many on Twitter were quick to respond to the Republican nominee's controversial statements.
After Clinton called Trump out on sexist and misogynistic comments he's reportedly made in the past -- including calling women pigs and slobs, according to the Democratic nominee -- Trump denied the claims, saying that he's only made comments like that about O'Donnell.
"I think everybody would agree that she deserves it," Trump added, "and nobody feels sorry for her."
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As it turns out, there are quite a few people who don't agree with Trump's comments, including Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones, former View co-host Sherri Shepherd, comedian Billy Eichner and Girls star Lena Dunham, among others, who all showed O’Donnell love on Twitter while bashing Trump's rhetoric.
As for the 54-year-old stand-up comic and actress, she didn't even tune in to the presidential showdown, opting to spend her evening with her young daughter, Dakota.
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"While not watching…" O'Donnell wrote on Twitter alongside a video of her adorably negotiating the use of an iPad at bedtime with her pajama-clad little girl. O'Donnell titled the cute clip, "The art of the deal - dakota style."
She did, however, respond rather emphatically to one Twitter user who mentioned the incident, writing, "HE WILL NEVER BE PRESIDENT."
Later that night, O'Donnell also shared a clip from The View where she slammed Trump. "The five [minutes] orange an** can't seem to get over -- tell the truth -- shame the Donald #ImWithHer," she tweeted.
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