Tom Arnold Thinks Roseanne Wanted Her Show To Get Cancelled

Tom Arnold Thinks Roseanne Wanted Her Show To Get Cancelled

Tom Arnold Thinks Roseanne Wanted Her Show To Get Cancelled

Roseanne Barr shows no signs she will remain quiet about her firing from her popular ABC series and has highlighted supporters' tweets criticizing the network.

She said of the Jarrett tweet, "It was 2 in the morning and I was ambien tweeting". They do it because we have a white trash racist president.

President Donald Trump escalated a grudge against ABC on Thursday in the wake of the cancellation of "Roseanne", tweeting at the chief executive of ABC's parent company.

The whole debacle arose on Monday when Barr proclaimed that, if the Muslim Brotherhood and the "Planet of the Apes" "had a baby", it would be Jarrett.

She also said she believed Jarrett was Saudi or Jewish or Persian, rather than black.

Roseanne Barr's ex-husband Tom Arnold has claimed his former partner wanted her sitcom to be cancelled, as he weighed in on the tweets which caused her show to be axed by ABC. ABC cancelled her show.

The actress, 65, brought on the cancellation of her eponymous present after she posted a racist tweet on Monday night time about former Barack Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett.

When "Roseanne" premiered to an unexpectedly large audience, Dungey and Sherwood credited the program to an initiative undertaken in the wake of the 2016 election.

Arnold added that this was not the Barr he married in 1990, noting she was a "feminist" when they met.

"I begged Ben Sherwood at ABC 2 let me apologize & make amends".

Arnold, who had turbulent four years of marriage with the sitcom star prior to their divorce in 1994 told Cooper that she had a long history of racist tweets.

Tuesday, Dungey issued a statement to USA TODAY denouncing Barr's original tweet and announcing the network's decision not to move forward with the show, which had been approved for another season.

"As I called my manager to quit working on Roseanne, I was told it was canceled", Emma Kenney tweeted.

In an interview with CNN, Arnold said: "I figured someone would take her phone away or monitor that, because it's risky when you have that much (advertising) money on a show", Arnold said.

"You throw me under the bus. nice!" she said in a tweet directed at Fishman.

"'I begged4 ppls jobs", Barr said in the latest of a storm of tweets this afternoon and early evening.

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