Roseanne Tells Sean Hannity She's "Paid The Price" For Her Infamous Tweet

Roseanne Barr disputes racist claims: 'I'm not that person'

Roseanne Barr Sorry Valerie Jarrett Misunderstood Her “Political” Tweet, Tells Her To Get New Hairstyle

ABC dropped Barr in May, shortly after she posted that tweet about Jarrett.

Barr told Hannity that her contract stipulated she would have 24 hours to clean up any tweets, to protect her from herself.

She added: 'I made a mistake obviously. "That's what was in my head", said Barr.

Asked what she would say to Jarrett if she was given the opportunity, Roseanne said: "I'm sorry that you feel harm and hurt, I never meant that".

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"I'm sorry that anyone thought that was a racist and not a political tweet because it was, in fact, a political tweet and not a racist tweet whatsoever", she told Boteach. "Why, you ask? Well, the answer is simple: Because I voted for Donald Trump, and that is not allowed in Hollywood". And for that I apologize.

"I'm like, 'Why can they not see my work.' And then I got really messed up thinking, in this world, it seems more that words matter more than reactions, but in the real life world, actions matter more than words", Barr said. "I don't want to run off and blather on with excuses", she said.

The television star followed-up with an apology to Jarrett and "all Americans. for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks". "I like the middle way", she told the Fox News host.

It was hyped as the superstar comic's first TV interview after ABC dropped one of the highest-rated shows of the last TV season within hours of her posting back in May.

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"Abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values", ABC Entertainment chief Channing Dungey said in describing Barr's tweet and announcing the show's cancellation just days after Barr headlined the network's upfront presentation. "We just have a different opinion", she said.

Her explanations have shifted nearly since the controversy began. "I mean seriously, she needs a new haircut". I made a mistake and I've paid the price for it.

She said her tweet was a political statement rather than a racial one, adding: "I was so sad that people thought it was racist". They were appearing at that venue because Donny, the owner, had offered them the studio in which they had recorded the four podcasts since Barr's fateful tweet.

"No, I didn't know - like a lot of Americans including a lot of people of all types, they didn't know either", she said. "I could fight this".

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These "were also official USA policy not long ago" because Mr Trump's predecessor Barack Obama "personally decided so", she said. On July 16 in Helsinki, Putin said he had wanted Trump in the White House because he thought US-Russia ties would benefit.

ABC has since confirmed it will broadcast a spin-off called "The Connors" - featuring cast members including John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf - after Barr relinquished any creative or financial involvement.

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