DeGeneres Won’t Accept Trump On Her Show Because “He’s Not Accepting Enough”

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Those who voted for Donald Trump to be President of the United States got a little reaffirmation that they made the right decision in doing so on Friday from an interview on the Today show. Libtard Matt Lauer was interviewing the equally or possibly even more leftist Ellen DeGeneres when he directed the conversation to the President of the United States.

We all nauseously remember the tacky episodes of Hussein Obama and his domestic partner, the mooch, making embarrassing, undignified fools of themselves, particularly the mooch, on the DeGeneres program. Mooch’s dancing like a totally classless street urchin who’s had a few too many and is trying to impress some sorority girls or the boys of MS-13 is indelibly etched in our minds.

Lauer asks, “What’s your relationship with Donald Trump, do you know him at all, have you had a chance to interview him, talk to him? DeGeneres was able to rise to fame upon the strength of her looks and the sympathy that people instinctively have for her to overcome those challenges. People rooting for the underdog naturally supported one with the odds so dramatically stacked against her, who seemed like a nice person and was entertaining to look at. It was always fun to look at her and associate different features with various wild or domestic animals. Additionally she capitalized on her homosexuality and allowed herself to be marketed as a champion of that agenda.

DeGeneres replied that she knew Trump a little bit from Celebrity Apprentice though it’s not likely to have been in the manner that was referred to in the Billy Bush video. She flew in his helicopter once and “did a bit with him.” She says she’s not spoken to him since he began running for president. Lauer asks a sort of inappropriate question given the setting, “Would you like for him to come on the show?”

DeGeneres thinks for a moment and answers, “Um, no,” as the libtards in the audience applaud and giggle like five-year-olds. As the audience erupts, and having gotten the reaction he had sought, Lauer invites the personal attacks, asking, “Why not?”

DeGeneres says she won’t talk to him “because I’m not going to change his mind. He’s against everything that I stand for. We need to look at someone else who looks different than us and believes in something that we don’t believe in and still accept them and still let them have their rights.”

So from her response, we can ascertain that she only invites people on her show that agree with her, and is not inviting the President on because he and his beliefs are different and he’s not susceptible to her influence. As if to demonstrate the extreme nature of and to be auditioning for the position of spokesperson for the hypocrisy of the left, her comments bear repeating.

DeGeneres won’t sit down with President Trump because he doesn’t believe in what she believes in. Rather than taking her own advice and accepting him, she’s excluding him. She also claims, without providing any nonexistent support, that President Trump doesn’t believe in people having their rights.  Care to provide any evidence on that one, funny girl?

Sure, Trump is no Hussein Obama; that’s why he was elected. And honestly, he’s too good for a trashy program like hers. She did deplorables everywhere a service in reminding us of why we voted for him. It’s always good to hear from your opposition that you made the right call.

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