Rosie O'Donnell mocks Donald Trump's 'bright-orange skin,' 'endorsements from the klan' in broadway parody
Rosie O'Donnell took to the Great White Way to mock Donald Trump in a parody she sang at Broadway's DISASTER! show on Thursday night in New York City.
In a parody of the tune, There Are Worse Things I Could Do, from the hit show, Grease, O'Donnell sang, "There are worse things I could do, and I'll now name one or two. These are things he's said or done, just sit back, let's have some fun.
READ MORE: Former New York Senator Hillary Clinton Struggles to Swipe Her Subway MetroCard
"I could build a giant wall, Mexico pays for it all. And repeal Obamacare, do that weird thing with my hair. It's a comb over, it's true, that's a thing I'd never do," she sang, while the audience broke out in laughter.
"Get endorsements from the Klan, brag about my tiny hands. Ban all Muslims coming in, and have bright-orange skin," she sang.
"Tell Ted Cruz I'll spill the beans, we still don't know what the f--- he means!" she sang.
Related: See photos from a recent Trump campaign event:
READ MORE: After Wisconsin, Presidential Hopefuls Turn Their Attention to New York
Trump infamously targeted O'Donnell during a GOP debate last August when Fox's Megyn Kelly said to him, "You have called women you don't like, 'fat pigs,' 'dogs,' 'slobs' and 'disgusting animals...'"
Trump interjected, saying, "Only Rosie O'Donnell."
SEE MORE: Clinton Loses Her Cool at Campaign Event