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Rosie vs. Donald: Now it's about mental illness

Rosie and Donald are at it again. On last week's "The View," the women focused an entire episode on depression, and Rosie admitted she undergoes treatment for the condition, including inversion therapy. Since that airing, Trump has made remarks to various media outlets suggesting Rosie's looks were to blame for her having the disease.
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Rosie and Donald are at it again.

On last week's "The View," the women focused an entire episode on depression, and Rosie admitted she undergoes treatment for the condition, including inversion therapy. Since that airing, Trump has made remarks to various media outlets suggesting Rosie's looks were to blame for her having the disease.

On Wednesday, after discussing Richard Jeni — a clinically depressed comedian who committed suicide this past weekend, his family confirmed — Rosie pointed out that mental illness is a serious issue.

"This is an illness. It's an illness. Make fun as much as you want, but it's an illness, people," she said.

Co-host Joy Behar suggested "nobody makes fun of mental illness," which set Rosie off on her latest Trump rant.

"Donald Trump does," Rosie responded, triggering loud gasps from "The View" audience.

"He did last night," she continued. "He said, ‘She's depressed 'cause she looks in the mirror.' "

Rosie then flipped her hair, mocking Trump's famous do.

"All-righty! Here we go again," Joy cried out before deciding to join in. "You know what? We should all do the hair thing."

Barbara Walters was not present, but Rosie, Joy and Elisabeth Hasselbeck all flipped their heads and tossed their hair in a sarcastic emulation of Trump.

"The guy, he can't get over me is all I gotta say," Rosie said, adding she would never mention him again.