Trump calls Roseanne Barr after debut of show

Trump calls Roseanne Barr after debut of show”

Speaking by telephone Thursday on ABC's "Good Morning America", Barr said the call was "pretty exciting".

Rosenne, who ran for president as an independent in 2012, said it was important to reflect Trump's appeal to many working class Americans.

The 65-year-old The Big Lebowski star previously told shock jock Howard Stern his TV wife Roseanne Barr confronted him about his drinking problem, but he brushed off her concerns.

NBC's "Will & Grace", for example, returned this season with its original 1998-2006 cast to a debut audience of 10.1 million viewers and was quickly renewed for a second and then a third season.

Yesterday, Donald Trump took the time out of his hectic schedule to personally call Roseanne Barr to congratulate her on the massive ratings the first episode of her revival sitcom received after premiering on Tuesday night.

Conservatives cheered the show's ratings. "He's just happy for me". I've known him for many years and he's done a lot of nice things for me over the years. They did not say if Trump had watched the show. "So, it was just a friendly conversation about work, and you know, television and ratings". "Tulsa was ranked No. 1, followed by Cincinnati and Kansas City, Mo".

"The idea that people can agree to disagree is kind of missing from everything", Barr said on "GMA".

Barr has previously used her Twitter page to promote debunked far-right conspiracies including Pizzagate and the conspiracy of a "cover-up" in the death of former Democratic National Convention staffer Seth Rich. "I think it will be really cool to see our house that I live in and walk to every day", he said.

"But that's what we need to do as a country: Figure out what we don't like, talk to each other and discuss how we're going to get it changed or fixed", she continued.

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