Mental: Rosie O’Donnell under fire after dragging 10-year-old Barron into Trump feud

Barron TrumpAfter sharing a YouTube video suggesting Barron Trump, the 10-year-old son of President-elect Donald Trump, is autistic, Rosie O’Donnell came under fire, with Twitchy declaring her “mental.”


Naturally, her tweet didn’t sit very well with many.

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Twitchy added:

Everyone knows she didn’t post this to be kind, she was trying to hurt Trump. And she was not above using his youngest son to do so.

BizPac Review noted:

The ongoing feud between the actress/comedienne and the president-elect got white-hot to the point where O’Donnell became unhinged in an all-cap Twitter rant after Trump won the November 8 election.

But up until now she kept family out of it — no more. Perhaps she became emboldened when the left began attacking other family members — especially wife Melania. Whatever the cause, people were appalled.

Fox News Insider further said:

The video she shared pointed out some of Barron’s mannerisms during his father’s victory speech and at the RNC, calling them similar to children who are on the autism spectrum.

The clip has been watched more than 500,000 times.

O’Donnell was criticized in February after she joked at a comedy show that she’d rather have “autistic triplets” than her hard-to-manage teenagers.

Earlier this week, Trump said his wife, Melania, and Barron would live at Trump Tower until the school year is over.

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