Barr also claimed that she had to sign off on the spinoff in order for ABC to green light it, telling Hannity she didn't want to "try to argue or win". Barr said her godson's father called her after the tweet and said, "I love you no matter what you do". "Because it wasn't. It was political", she said. "That's what was in my head".
"I feel that I have apologized and explained and asked for forgiveness and made recompense", she said. "It was political. I'm sorry for the misunderstanding that caused, my ill-worded tweet. I never meant to hurt anybody". When asked if she's ever been hospitalized for mental-health issues, she told Hannity, "Honey, that's like going to the beach for me".
"I've apologized a lot".
"I thought it was a reflection on the middle of the country", McCain said.
The television star followed-up with an apology to Jarrett and "all Americans. for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks".
"Plus I'll tell her, she's gotta get a new haircut", Barr added.
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Police stopped the train at Pleasant Hill station , where officers boarded and arrested Cowell without incident. Court documents show a restraining order was filed in April 2016 by Kaiser Foundation against Cowell.
Roseanne Barr just had to have the last insulting word.
Despite its high ratings, ABC canceled Roseanne in May after Barr posted what the network's Entertainment President Channing Dungey called an "abhorrent" and "repugnant" tweet about Jarrett. "I enjoy it." Later, she said she no longer believes she was sexually abused by her father even though she has gone on the record with those claims in the past.
Speaking directly to Jarrett in the interview, Barr said: 'If she's watching, I'm so sorry that you thought I was racist and that you thought my tweet was racist.
She didn't know Jarrett was Black. In a recent YouTube video, she screamed, "I thought the b*tch was white!"
Let's talk about it. Let's really turn this into a teachable moment. "But I was allowed under my contract to have 24 hours to correct any mistake". And in the eyes of most Hannity viewers, Barr is probably forgiven tonight-if not applauded.
"I don't want her to be associated with the Republican Party in anyway", McCain said the next day.
Hannity devoted his entire, hourlong show Thursday to his talk with Barr.