After a day of Roseanne Barr's racist comments about a former Obama aide dominating the news cycle, President Donald Trump managed to make the star's firing about himself — and Twitter isn't soon to let him off the hook.


In a mid-day tweet, Trump suggested Disney CEO Bob Iger exhibited a double standard when he apologized to Obama aide Valerie Jarrett for Barr's racist tweet comparing her to an ape but never extended the same courtesy to the president for making a "HORRIBLE" statements about him.

While that statement remains unknown, the Wall Street Journal's Tim Hanrahan noted that Iger "quit Trump's business advisory council back in June 2017" after he decided to leave the Paris climate accords, and later called the president's cancellation of DACA "cruel and misguided."

Maggie Haberman, a New York Times journalist who has herself been in the president's crosshairs, succinctly summed it up when she suggested Trump is like a child whining "mememememe."

Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA), meanwhile, pointed out that Trump weighed in on the Barr scandal but has remained mum about a report showing that "more Americans died in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria than were killed by Hurricane Katrina, on 9/11, or at Pearl Harbor."

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