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Entertainment Rosie O’Donnell defends law professor over Barron Trump joke: ‘I don’t think she did anything wrong’

01:30  08 december  2019
01:30  08 december  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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Rosie O ’ Donnell does not think Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan owed the First Family an apology after she made a joke about the president’s son at a House Judiciary Committee O ' Donnell defended the professor , saying to TMZ: “ I don ’ t think that she did anything wrong .

Rosie O ’ Donnell does not think Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan owed the First Family an apology after she made a joke about the president’s son at a O ’ Donnell defended the professor , saying to TMZ: “ I don ’ t think that she did anything wrong . She was trying to say that he’s not a king.

Rosie O’Donnell does not think Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan owed the First Family an apology after she made a joke about the president’s son at a House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing this week.

Rosie O'Donnell poses at the opening night of 'Summer: The Donna Summer Musical' on Broadway at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on April 23, 2018 in New York City. © Bruce Glikas/Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic Rosie O'Donnell poses at the opening night of 'Summer: The Donna Summer Musical' on Broadway at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on April 23, 2018 in New York City.

O’Donnell, 58, said Karlan’s words were “taken out of context.” Karlan initially received backlash on Wednesday for using Barron Trump’s first name as an example while discussing the Constitution.

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Rosie O ' Donnell firmly believes the Stanford Law Professor who name dropped Barron Trump didn' t do anything wrong , and hopes the testimony helps impeach the

Rosie O ' Donnell doesn' t think Pamela Karlan did anything wrong when she name-dropped Rosie O ' Donnell firmly believes the Stanford Law Professor who name-dropped Barron Trump didn' t do We got Rosie and her BFF Ally Sheedy Thursday night outside the "Jagged Little Pill" musical in NYC

Karlan said on Wednesday: “The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the president can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron."

O'Donnell defended the professor, saying to TMZ: “I don’t think that she did anything wrong. She was trying to say that he’s not a king. You could have a child named Barron but he can’t make him a baron.

“She was trying to say that he’s not a king,” the former "View" co-host added.

Pamela S. Karlan holding a glass of wine: Professor Karlan apologizes for joking about Barron Trump's name in her earlier testimony. © FoxNews.com Professor Karlan apologizes for joking about Barron Trump's name in her earlier testimony. O’Donnell then continued to bash President Trump, calling him a “terrible human” and a “cruel man.”

On Thursday, “The View” co-hosts debated over Karlan’s words.

“Maybe they missed this part but she was not speaking about the child,” Whoopi Goldberg said. “She was speaking about his name and how it played into what he could not do. He cannot take a title. She was not being disrespectful or nasty.”

Impeachment witness’ reference to Trump’s son Barron draws White House rebuke

  Impeachment witness’ reference to Trump’s son Barron draws White House rebuke White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham called it a “classless move.” “Prof Karlan uses a teenage boy who has nothing to do with this joke of a hearing (and deserves privacy) as a punchline. And what’s worse, it’s met by laughter in the hearing room. What is being done to this country is no laughing matter,” she said on Twitter.“Every Democrat in Congress should immediately repudiate Pamela Karlan and call on her to personally apologize to the President and the First Lady for mocking their son on national TV,” the Trump campaign said in a statement.

Rosie O ’ Donnell defends law professor over Barron Trump joke : ‘ I don ’ t think she did anything wrong ’. Rosie O ’ Donnell does not think Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan owed the First Family an apology after she made a joke about the president’s son at a House Judiciary Committee

'Is Rosie O ' Donnell really going after Barron Trump ? ' I have no ill will for his children or any children and if u knew anything about me u would know that (sic).' Clinton did not mention O ' Donnell but Trump responded using her name, implying she was the only woman he'd ever verbally attacked.

Melania Trump responded on Twitter to Karlan name-dropping her 13-year-old son.

“A minor child deserves privacy and should be kept out of politics. Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed of your very angry and obviously biased public pandering, and using a child to do it,” the first lady wrote.

O’Donnell said to TMZ that the nation is in trouble.

“The democracy itself is at stake. So if this is not impeachable, what is impeachable?”

White House says Trump's attacks on 16-year-old Greta Thunberg are fair game because she's an 'activist,' while mentions of the first couple's 13-year-old son should be off-limits .
The First Lady previously criticized a witness in Trump's impeachment inquiry for making a play on words out of her 13-year-old son Barron's name.Trump was passed over for Time Magazine's 2019 Person of the Year in favor of Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish student who has risen to international fame for her powerful climate activism.

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