The latest brouhaha started when Trump was asked by CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield this week which cabinet position he would want in a hypothetical Romney administration. On Wednesday’s “The Last Word,” O’Donnell scoffed at the notion that Trump would even be nominated: “Romney knows you’re a buffoon, an unconfirmable joke,” O’Donnell said.
Lawrence O’Donnell will soon have another cancelled show to go along with his three cancelled TV series, “Mister Sterling”, “The Kill Point” and “First Monday” … Without clips of me, his show would be completely dead and he knows it. As I have said many times before @Lawrence is the dumbest man on television. He is only angry because I would never have wasted my time doing his completely irrelevant show.
@realDonaldTrump Wrong again. I’ve had more cancelled shows that that.
— Lawrence O’Donnell (@Lawrence) February 9, 2012
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