President Donald Trump weighed in on the Roseanne Barr controversy with a complaint Wednesday that he never got an apology from ABC with an apology for the 'for the frightful statements made and said about me on ABC'.
Barr had retweeted an image of Goldberg participating in the Women's March in 2017, but the image had been altered to portray Goldberg as wearing a shirt depicting Trump shooting himself over text with his signature phrase "Make America Great Again". The comic actress later apologized, blaming the 2 a.m. tweet on the sleep aid Ambien.
Gilbert called the remarks "abhorrent" and noted that they do not reflect the views of the rest of the cast and crew. She also said she was leaving Twitter. But much of its progress would have been threatened if it looked the other way at Barr's tweet. Later, she moderated her stance: "no, I understand her position and why she said what she said. i forgive her. It just shocked me a bit, but I indeed f--ed up", she wrote.
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Barr replied early Wednesday morning, writing, "I created the platform for that inclusivity and you know it.ME". This resulted in the demise of Barr's wildly successful revival on ABC. "Nice!" she responded on Wednesday morning. Other Barr retweets suggested ABC was wrong to cancel Roseanne and that Barr thought the company had applied a double standard in choosing to dismiss her.
Barr seemed to liken the reaction from her co-stars and those a supporter called "her underlings" to the way Trump complains about members of his administration being "disloyal".
Dungey said in the months after her promotion that Trump's election had made her rethink ABC's programming. She then sent dozens of tweets in which she apologized and offered up a number of reasons for her offensive comment.
As previously reported, the star returned Tuesday evening for a round of tweeting in which she asked fans not to defend her or boycott ABC over the cancellation.