Rosie O’Donnell has turned her hatred of President Donald Trump into an art form.
The 55-year-old actress, comedian, and outspoken opponent of the president has reportedly begun selling anti-Trump artwork on the crafts website Etsy, with proceeds from the sales going to political candidates and progressive causes.
In the product description for the first run of pieces, O’Donnell said she began doodling the anti-Trump artwork on her iPhone as a means of expressing her “sadness, rage, and disappointment” with the president.
The comedian’s first piece features a cartoon caricature of Trump’s head alongside the descriptors: “Rapist,” “Cheat,” “Liar,” “Racist,” “Conman,” “Asshole.”
While the first run of 12 pieces is already sold out, O’Donnell said she would continue to make anti-Trump artwork until the president is out of office.
anti trump art – by me – now available
a dozen at a time – signed toohttps://t.co/yJ3pvXgY0x
— ROSIE (@Rosie) February 21, 2018
“[T]il trump is out I will keep making these,” she vowed.
O’Donnell and Trump have feuded openly for years, and the comedian has kept up her steady criticism of Trump since the 2016 election.
In the first GOP presidential debate, Trump memorably told Megyn Kelly, “Only Rosie O’Donnell,” when asked whether he’d called women a slew of demeaning names.
The Trump-O’Donnell feud spilled over to Trump’s family following the election, after O’Donnell shared a video on her social media that suggested Trump’s son, Barron Trump, could be autistic. First Lady Melania Trump called O’Donnell a “bully” for sharing the video, and O’Donnell later apologized for the incident.
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