Roseanne Faces The Camera, Sends A Message To Jarrett That’ll Make Her Fans Proud

Roseanne Barr joined Sean Hannity Thursday night where she opened up about many different topics including her life, her views on politics, and her release from ABC.

Roseanne also had a message for Valerie Jarrett. (Video Below)

Speaking on Sean Hannity’s show Thursday night, Roseanne held nothing back.

During her interview on Sean Hannity, Roseanne apologized to Valerie Jarrett on-air after her fallout of posting a comment on twitter.

Hannity gave her a chance to look at the camera and say sorry to Jarrett.

She took the opportunity. (Video Below)

Roseanne explained her tweet about Jarrett was meant to criticize the former bureaucrat’s role in constructing the Iran nuclear deal.

“I will always defend Israel. I’m a Jew and I also have family that lives there. That is a tweet asking for accountability from the previous administration about the Iran deal, which Valerie Jarrett is the author of.” Roseanne said.

Hannity asked Barr if she understood how the tweet was construed as a racist barb toward Jarrett. (Video Below)

“The first thing [I felt] was shock that they were saying it was racial… That was a hard one to take,” she said.

Barr said she knows she made a mistake that “cost her everything” but added that she wants to turn the situation into a “teachable moment.”

“I’m sorry that you feel harmed and hurt. I never meant that and for that I apologize.” Roseanne said to Valerie Jarrett.


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