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Rosie O'Donnell on Trump's media attacks: 'When someone dies, maybe he'll shut up'

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Rosie O'Donnell to protest Trump

Comedian Rosie O'Donnell warned on Monday that President Trump's attacks on the press could lead to someone getting hurt, suggesting that it may take a journalist's death to silence the president.

"When someone dies, maybe he’ll shut up," O'Donnell, whose feud with Trump predates his political career, said in an interview on MNSBC. She also accused Trump of encouraging political violence and empowering racists.

He’s doing dog whistles everyday and he’s shouting out to people who try to fight off their own internal racism. He’s encouraging them," she said. "It’s crazy to me, the people he attacks. And someone will get hurt. Someone will die."


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