The comedian doesn't pull any punches, suggesting there's a "creepy incest feel" between the president and his daughter ... and that's just where she starts!
But she went there in an interview on Sirius XM's "The Michelangelo Signorile Show" Wednesday, and it wasn't even what the host was asking her. Once she was on the topic, though, it was off to the races!
Signorile was talking about the fact that Trump appears to be grooming his children, and Ivanka in particular, for political office in the future. He even suggested that Trump and the Republican party might like to see Ivanka ascend to the presidency, possibly as soon as 2024.
"Talk a little bit about Ivanka Trump and what Donald Trump is doing with her," Signorile asked O'Donnell and it was all about the wording.
"I don't know what he's doing with her," O'Donnell shot back quickly.
Signorile seemed to immediately sense his error, clarifying that he was referring to what Trump was doing with his daughter in a political sense as far as preparing her and the public for her to take a bigger role in the public sector. But it was far too late for that.
"I think he's been doing very bad things with her for a very long time," O'Donnell said. "There's a creepy incest feel that is very prevalant amongst Donald Trump and his children, at least his daughter. Very creepy."
O'Donnell didn't stop there, though she did move away from incest. Instead, she turned her attention directly to Ivanka, and in a very sideways approach, almost answered Signorile's question.
While she didn't go into what President Trump might be doing politically with his daughter, she did assess Ivanka's qualities and, perhaps, qualifications to take on an official role, or even the presidency. Let's just say she's not a fan.
"I think she's like, you know, a talentless, non-intelligent, non-powerful woman," O'Donnell said plainly. "It's laughable to think of her in any kind of public service role."
She saved one last barb for the president himself -- as well as his entire family -- adding, "No one in his family has ever been in public service. Why should they start now?"
This presumably includes Donald Trump himself, who would certainly seem to be in public service as the president of the United States. O'Donnell, though, clearly doesn't see it that way, though she didn't elaborate further and Signorile did not seem inclined to pursue the matter further.
He'd already heard way more than he intended or expected ... and now we have, too.
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