Rosie O'Donnell: Trump is like Harry Potter's Lord Voldemort

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Rosie O'Donnell Weighs in On Donald Trump: "He Will Never Be President"
Rosie O'Donnell Weighs in On Donald Trump: "He Will Never Be President"


Rosie O'Donnell took to the airwaves on Sunday to blast Donald Trump, comparing him to one of Harry Potter's most infamous villains.

"He's not even qualified to run a game show. He is the worst representation of what the United States is, or could be," said the comedian.

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O'Donnell has been mostly silent about the Republican frontrunner, even when he targeted her during the first Republican debate last August.

During the debate, Fox's Megyn Kelly said to Trump: "You have called women you don't like, 'fat pigs,' 'dogs,' 'slobs' and 'disgusting animals...'"

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Trump interjected, saying: "Only Rosie O'Donnell."

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Now, in the WABC radio interview, O'Donnell also compared Trump to the evil villain, Lord Voldemort, from the Harry Potter movies.

"I think it's an epic battle worthy of a new Star Wars movie," said O'Donnell. "You have to decide. Are you going to be with the force or are you going to be on the dark side?" she asked.

"It's your choice... He's like Lord Voldemort. You know, stay away from the Dementor," she said.

She also called Trump an "orange person."

O'Donnell has said she is supporting Hillary Clinton.

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