ROSIE O’DONNELL AND PRESIDENT TRUMP HAVE BEEN AT EACH OTHER’S THROAT FOR OVER 10 YEARS
O’Donnell launched an attack on Trump for the new year accusing him of being “mentally unstable” and challenging America to “stop him.”
DONALD TRUMP IS MENTALLY UNSTABLE – https://t.co/6AvhoPq1du
LESS THAN 3 WEEKS TO STOP HIM AMERICA
— ROSIE (@Rosie) January 1, 2017
She loves to run her mouth, but is afraid to do anything about it… Now Mr. Selleck has had enough of her liberal nonsense and gives her a run for her money!
Reported by awm:
Rosie uses the platform of her interview with Tom Selleck to discuss her stance on gun control. Selleck appeared on the show to discuss his upcoming movie, The Love Letter, but instead was ambushed by Rosie and her Second Amendment viewpoints. His response? Priceless.
Tom Selleck’s grace and poise is part of what we loved about him as his iconic heartthrob character, Magnum P.I. Although the show ended long ago, his own character prevails. And that high moral character was on display when he appeared on the Rosie O’Donnell show to discuss his upcoming movie, The Love Letter.
However, the interview took a turn when Rosie began pestering Selleck about the commercial he did for the NRA. In true Selleck style, his response was gracious and measured, yet he didn’t back down to her badgering. He stood by his decisions, and he explained his feelings in a mature and respectable way. So much so that Rosie was forced to apologize for her own bad behavior in light of his impeccable behavior.
Our favorite moment from the interview is at 5:25 when Selleck questions Rosie’s logic:
Rosie: “You also have the freedom of speech, but you’re not allowed to scream ‘fire’ in a crowded movie theater because it threatens the safety of other people. Assault weapons threaten the safety of other people. There’s no reason in my opinion to have them. You wanna have a hunting rifle? Great. You wanna have a handgun?”
Tom: “Do you really think the Second Amendment is in the Constitution to guarantee hunting and target shooting? Do you really think that’s what the Founding Fathers meant?”
Rosie: “I think the Second Amendment is in the Constitution so that we can have muskets when the British people come over in 1800. I don’t think it’s in the Constitution to have assault weapons in the year 2000.”
As Tom sips his coffee, Rosie asks him if she’s wrong. That’s when Selleck casually nods his head, and we all know he’s right.
Here’s what viewers of the clip are saying about this exchange.
“She invited Tom on her show and tried to discredit him. He remained very calm and logical. She only made herself look like an ass.”
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