Comedian Rosie O'Donnell lashed out at presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump during a recent performance in New York City.
“I would rather give birth to a flaming iguana while taking a sh*t - I hate him. I hate him and I'm not going to say his name,” O'Donnell said about Trump.
Although O'Donnell said she wouldn't say his name, she did at one point grab her crotch and say, “Eat me, Donald,” according to the Daily Mail. She also said she was feeling depressed “because I fu**ing hate that orange piece of sh*t.”
O'Donnell and Trump have had a contentious relationship for several years. It all started in 2006, according to a timeline of the “feud” by CNN. At the time, Trump said he would not fire Miss USA Tara Conner after it was revealed she had dealt with drug abuse.
"I've always been a believer in second chances. Tara is a good person. Tara has tried hard. Tara is going to be given a second chance," Trump said Dec. 19, 2006. Conner kept her crown and went to rehab.
O'Donnell then blasted Trump on “The View,” a show on which she was a co-host at the time, calling him a “snake oil salesman.”
She added: "[He] left the first wife - had an affair. [He] had kids both times, but he's the moral compass for 20-year-olds in America. Donald, sit and spin, my friend."
Trump then told People magazine that O'Donnell was “out of control” and that he'd file a lawsuit.
"You can't make false statements. Rosie will rue the words she said," he said. "I'll most likely sue her for making those false statements -- and it'll be fun. Rosie's a loser. A real loser. I look forward to taking lots of money from my nice fat little Rosie.”
Since then, the two have traded public barbs and insults. However, there was one moment when Trump agreed with O'Donnell. IN 2007, O'Donnell left “The View” after a vociferous disagreement with co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck over the Iraq War. Hasselbeck was for it and O'Donnell was against it.
And Trump defended O'Donnell.
"On this one I think Rosie should win, but Rosie is not much herself. I think anybody that's against the war in Iraq is the winner of the fight, because to justify the war in Iraq -- only an imbecile could do that," he told "Extra," calling Hasselbeck "not a very smart person, she's one of the dumber people in television."