Comedian Rosie O’Donnell delivered her first official interview since President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election; saying her “entire essence and beliefs” had been shattered and that she “doubts” she’ll survive his time in office.
The hyper-liberal comic was speaking with W Magazine when she discussed her “unadulterated shock” of learning about Hillary Clinton’s surprise defeat; saying her “beliefs in the world” had been fundamentally changed.
“I was in pure unadulterated [shock], as if I had fallen through the ice on a lake; I was underneath the water, and I couldn’t even see the surface,” she said. “It was a severe shock to my entire essence and my beliefs in the order in the world, and also the PTSD of having been an abused kid in a family.”
“I seriously worry whether I personally will be able to live through [Trump’s Presidency],” she added. “I did a lot of therapy.”
The 55-year-old comedian routinely slams the President on social media and in public appearances; viciously attacking the First Family and those close to the administration and commonly referring to the Commander-in-Chief as “mentally unstable.”