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During the day, when her 5-year-old daughter, Dakota, is off in school, O’Donnell paints acrylics of Trump on canvas and, using an i Pad Pro and a stylus, creates disturbing digital images of her archenemy with titles like “Coward,” “Liar,” “Rapist,” “Thief,” and, most recently, “Stormy.”The acrylic-on-canvas paintings are not for sale, but the digital images—which O’Donnell arranges to have printed on 5-by-7 and 8-by-10 sheets of polished aluminum, limited to 12 copies of each—are being offered on for prices under 0.
O’Donnell plans to donate the proceeds, which she said she’ll match dollar for dollar, “to 501-C3’s that he hates,” as she puts it—that is, nonprofits like Planned Parenthood, gun control groups fighting the National Rifle Association, LGBTQ organizations, and others representing causes that have been under assault by the Trump administration.“When this happened—the Trump thing—I was so enraged every time I saw his image, I thought, ‘I’ve got to fucking do something with that,’” O’Donnell said, explaining her traumatized reaction to Trump’s ascension to the White House.
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Meredith collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads. This is a street fight between two kids from Queens, and I feel you should have me on the team, because you don’t know what he’s gonna do, and what that feels like’—and I had a decade of experience,” O’Donnell recalled.The multi-talented comedian, film and television actress, and Broadway star—who celebrated her 56th birthday on Wednesday—has been spending quality time in her art studio, the converted fourth bedroom of her recently purchased million penthouse in Manhattan’s Turtle Bay neighborhood.Instead, in the midst of soul-crushing anger and depression, she was making art as a coping mechanism—or even as an exorcism. You could have a guy who’s homeless, and he’s in a garbage bin, and Christie Brinkley walks by and he’s like, “Heyyyy! He always wanted to be on, and I would never book him, because I grew up on Long Island, and I knew what an asshole he was…“So, it wasn’t a surprise to me, at 56 years old, that this 71-year-old man, who I knew my entire life, is an idiot, a moron, and then when we became personally involved—and he attacked me with the viciousness that he did—I knew he was really not right in the head… Listen, he’s one of the dumbest people I’ve ever met.”O’Donnell continued: “You know, he’s a logo-slapper. The image that he has sold of himself to America, complicit with the mainstream media’s help, is a total fabrication.”—an offer she recalls turning down with a less than diplomatic two-word response; she said she declined millions more to appear alongside Trump and David Letterman in the famed Doritos Super Bowl commercial that ended up featuring Oprah Winfrey and late-night talk show rivals Letterman and Jay Leno.“I said I will never do anything with that fucking piece of shit, no matter what he offers me, no matter what he asks me to do,” O’Donnell recalled.
On Monday, O'Donnell told People of her relationship, "It's been a long-distance thing. I think she's a wonderful woman." The former "View" host was celebrating the 15th anniversary of her organization, Rosie's Theater Kids. ' I'm like, 'Alright, I guess that's true.' She has a lot of good points.". I was already on 'Star Search' by the time you were born."In spite of the age gap, O'Donnell said that Rooney is "very much an equal" and a "pretty unbelievable young woman." The two have not yet set a date for their wedding.