Move over Trump. Rosie’s got a new target.
On Monday morning’s “The View,” perennially combative co-hosts Rosie O’Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck once again went at it.
This time, the argument was over the use of the word “terrorist” when talking about U.S. troops fighting in Iraq.
“I don't think our American troops are terrorists,” an emphatic Rosie said. “I want our American troops home.”
However, when Hasselbeck questioned whether or not the troops should be classified as “terrorists,” Rosie exploded on her.
“Are you not able to hold two concepts at once?” Rosie snapped.
“I can hold more than two actually. I can hold more than two if you’d like me to,” a visibly bothered Elisabeth responded.
It’s the latest chapter of verbal sparring for the two.
During a March 20 episode, while discussing guest Rory Kennedy’s “Ghosts of Abu Ghraib” documentary for HBO, the two got into another spat.
While asking Kennedy a question, Hasselbeck continued at length her opinions on the detention facility angering O’Donnell.
“You have to stop,” Rosie stated. “You can't just blather on your opinion. She’s here to talk about that, ask her a question.”
“I asked her a question but before (she) answered it you said ... ,” Elisabeth retorted before she was interrupted.