Trump's former campaign manager Michael Caputo is courting Roseanne Barr and her cancelled ABC Roseanne sitcom to bring to his streaming service Bond, reports the New York Daily News. "Maybe I just didn't get the call?" "It is a weird thing". "I don't know anything about it", Goodman said when asked what his response was to the fallout.
"This is a double standard that the president is speaking about", Mrs Sanders concluded, "no one is defending her [Barr's] comments, they're inappropriate".
"The president is pointing to the hypocrisy in the media", she said. But unlike some of his sitcom co-stars, Goodman was hesitant to address the matters at hand, explaining that he'd "rather say nothing than to cause more trouble". That Roseanne. Like Trump, went on a Wild White Racist tear during the Obama years, ' he added.
"This is incredibly sad and hard for all of us, as we've created a show that we believe in, are proud of, and that audiences love-one that is separate and apart from the opinions and words of one cast member", she tweeted. "Roseanne's speech wasn't in the control of ABC", said F. Jay Dougherty, a professor who specializes in entertainment and media law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.
He described Trump's reaction to the "Roseanne" drama - a tweet asking why Disney CEO Bob Iger hasn't apologized to him for ABC's "horrible" criticism over the years - as "insane", and railed on the president for exacerbating America's anxiety by selling fear instead of unity. But I've got a better idea.
On a lighter note, this hilarious meme made by Dudley Beene could be a nice solution for ABC/Disney, penance for the cast, and a dream come true for fans.
They knew who they were getting into bed with, and as my Aunt Grace used to say, "You lie down with dogs, you get fleas". They all loved each other on the Roseanne set.
As for how he's doing now that he's out of a job (for now, at least), Goodman reassured that things were going okay for him.
Despite this, the sincerity of Roseanne's apology has since been widely questioned, after she re-tweeted a series of supportive messages. The audience can feel a working class, tight-knit connection to this show's family while also having their eyes opened to the world that they live in today. "I had a feeling this was going to happen when I first heard it was coming back ― that there was a reboot".
Barr, a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump who has previously used Twitter to voice hard-right and conspiracy theorist views, has been dropped by her talent agency ICM amid a wave of public outrage over the tweet.