Rosie O’Donnell Trolls Steve Bannon On Twitter With This Surprising Photo

Katie Jerkovich | Entertainment Reporter

Rosie O’Donnell trolled President Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon when she posted a photoshopped picture of herself as Bannon on Twitter Thursday.

The 54-year-old actress and comedian changed her profile picture to a photo of her face on Bannon’s head and shared it with her 968,000 followers. The post comes after she volunteered this week to play the Trump advisor on “Saturday Night Live.” (RELATED: Rosie O’Donnell Calls For Trump To Be Arrested)

Comedian and actress Rosie O'Donnell (R) and "The View" talk show host Barbara Walters pose in the photo room at the 33rd annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Hollywood, California April 28, 2006. Walters announced that O'Donnell will be joining the show as a co-host in September. REUTERS/Fred Prouser - RTR1CWQP

(photo by: REUTERS/Fred Prouser – RTR1CWQP)

Followers noticed the change and the actress responded to one post that said, “that a pictures worth a thousand words.” (RELATED: Rosie O’Donnell Volunteers To Play Steve Bannon On Next ‘SNL’)

“Exactly,” O’Donnell tweeted in her response.


On Monday, the comedian tweeted that she would be available to play the role “if called.”

“@calvininsf – i am here to serve–alec has trump–melissa has spice–i would need a few days to prepare– so if called – i will be ready,” Rosie tweeted, later adding the hashtag “#BannoninChief.”



“available – if called i will serve !!!” she continued.

Her tweet came as a response to a follower who asked if she would be interested in taking on the role following a report in Politico that alleged the president was unhappy about Melissa McCarthy playing press secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday night’s show.

No word yet if “SNL” has taken the actress up on her proposal.

Katie Jerkovich

Entertainment Reporter


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