The white house defiant on Roseanne race in a row

The White House has accused the entertainment industry of “hypocrisy” over his condemnation of Roseanne Barr following a racist tweet.

His press secretary suggested the liberal TV star suffered to say “the most horrible things,” President Donald Trump.

The president earlier tweeted to suggest a double-standard by television executives.

Barr said she was planning to fight again after his show was cancelled.What did the White House say?

On Wednesday, the President Trump has broken his silence on Barr, who was one of his staunch supporters.

He jabbed on Twitter Disney chief executive Bob Iger, who has apologized to the African-American former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett after Barr Monday night, a tweet comparing his ape.

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Disney is the parent company of ABC TV network, which on Tuesday fell the reboot of the ’90s sitcom “Roseanne” in the middle of a fierce online game against his star.

At the White House daily press briefing, the president spokesman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, expanded on Mr Trump’s tweet.

“The president pointed out the hypocrisy in the media, saying the most horrible things about this president, and no one addresses it,” said Ms. Sanders.

He said Mr Iger has not said sorry to the ESPN presenter Jemele Hill called Mr Trump a white supremacist. Disney also owns ESPN, a sports channel.

The press secretary said no apology was forthcoming, both when Joy Behar, a host of ABC’s “The View” and derided Vice President Mike Pence of the Christian faith, suggesting that they may be mentally ill.

Mrs. Sanders also highlighted a “profane rant” by comedian Kathy Griffin against Mr Trump on the morning show.

“This is a double standard that the president is talking about,” Mrs. Sanders has concluded, “is not to defend his [Barr’s] comments are inappropriate.”

At the end of the press conference, a journalist shouted: “where is the president of apology for the things that he said in these years?”

Mrs. Sanders went out without answering.Eight celebrity social media disastersWhat is Barr saying?

One day, after having struck a tone of contrition for his tweet suggesting Valerie Jarrett was a cross breed of the Planet of the Apes and of the Muslim brothers, an Islamist group, the television personality was in a more rebellious mood.

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Barr also tweeted the ex-boyfriend of cast member Michael Fishman, who played her son on the show: “You throw me under the bus. beautiful!!!”

Like the other members of the cast, has condemned his racist tweet.

Hours earlier, Barr has said that his tweet had been “inexcusable” and urged the faithful not to defend her.

He also accused the inflammatory post on sleeping pills, saying that she was “ambien tweeting”.

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But the drug’s manufacturer, Sanofi, said in a statement: “While all drug treatments have side effects, the racism is not a known side effect of some medication Sanofi.”

On Tuesday, Barr has apologized to Mrs. Jarrett, and is committed to give Twitter.

But the comedian is back on the platform soon after, the publication of: “I’m tired of being attacked and belittled most of the other comedians that have said worse.”
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What is happening in the show?

A spokesman for Viacom, owner of several networks including the Paramount, previously said he wanted to stop the airing old episodes of Roseanne.

Streaming service Hulu has also said that it would be the removal of the sitcom from its library.

His relive the show before in the month of March pulled in more than 25 million people, with delayed viewing counted.

The comedy series has won conservative acclaim because Barr plays a supporter of Mr. Trump, a group largely ignored by Hollywood.

The ABC was renewed for a second season up to Jarrett’s tweet.Roseanne cast: Where are they now?.news-app-promo {
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