How Roseanne revival is addressing politics in a different way than most

How Roseanne revival is addressing politics in a different way than most

How Roseanne revival is addressing politics in a different way than most

When asked about her personal decision to support Trump and whether she would vote for Winfrey for president, Barr said, "Actually, I think I would be a better president than Oprah or Susan Sarandon, possibly even President Trump".

Barr previously won the presidential nomination in 2012 of the Peace and Freedom Party after losing the Green Party nomination.

An awkward reunion with "Roseanne": The revival of the once groundbreaking sitcom "Roseanne" will, according to its star, Roseanne Barr, confront the fact that people in America are divided when it comes to politics. "And there are a lot of things he's said and done that I don't agree with".

"I've always attempted to portray a realistic portrait of the American people and working-class people", Bar said Monday at the T.C.A. panel.

"He says a lot of insane shit", she continued.

The panel discussion included the entire cast of the Roseanne revival and show producers, but much of the questions were directed toward Barr, concerning her or her character's political beliefs. I'm not a Trump apologist.

"In The Rosanne Show, I've always tried to have it be a true reflection of the society we live in". There are a lot of things he's said and done that I don't agree with, just like there are a lot of things Hillary Clinton has said and done that you don't agree with. "Nobody is brainwashed into agreeing 100% of what anyone says". One bright thing I read today is, this is the lowest black unemployment for many, many years, so I think that's great. "I was anxious that people wouldn't want to touch [Roseanne], that everybody was proud of it and wanted to leave it alone and not risk anything", Gilbert said.

Executive producers Whitney Cummings and Tom Werner, actors Ames McNamera, Emma Kenney, Jayden Rey, executive producer Bruce Helford, (l-r, front row) actor Michael Fishman, executive producer/actress Sara Gilbert, actress Laurie Metcalf, executive producer/actress Roseanne Barr, actors John Goodman, Lecy Goranson and Sarah Chalke of the television show Roseanne speak onstage during the ABC Television/Disney portion of the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 8, 2018 in Pasadena, California.

"A big part of why I couldn't vote for Hillary Clinton is because of Haiti", Barr said. I think it's a time to close ranks.

"So I felt that, yeah, that was very real, and something that needed to be discussed".

In her TV world, Barr said her alter-ego Roseanne Conner will be a Trump supporter when the show returns for a tenth season.

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