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Instead, in the midst of soul-crushing anger and depression, she was making art as a coping mechanism—or even as an exorcism. You could have a guy who’s homeless, and he’s in a garbage bin, and Christie Brinkley walks by and he’s like, “Heyyyy! He always wanted to be on, and I would never book him, because I grew up on Long Island, and I knew what an asshole he was…“So, it wasn’t a surprise to me, at 56 years old, that this 71-year-old man, who I knew my entire life, is an idiot, a moron, and then when we became personally involved—and he attacked me with the viciousness that he did—I knew he was really not right in the head… Listen, he’s one of the dumbest people I’ve ever met.”O’Donnell continued: “You know, he’s a logo-slapper. The image that he has sold of himself to America, complicit with the mainstream media’s help, is a total fabrication.”—an offer she recalls turning down with a less than diplomatic two-word response; she said she declined millions more to appear alongside Trump and David Letterman in the famed Doritos Super Bowl commercial that ended up featuring Oprah Winfrey and late-night talk show rivals Letterman and Jay Leno.“I said I will never do anything with that fucking piece of shit, no matter what he offers me, no matter what he asks me to do,” O’Donnell recalled. I put my life on the line every day you think I don't know who I want to date?My thoughts and prayers go out to Michelle's family, her wife and their child." During their relationship, the two adopted their daughter, Dakota, who now goes by Dax and lives with O'Donnell in New York.
This is a street fight between two kids from Queens, and I feel you should have me on the team, because you don’t know what he’s gonna do, and what that feels like’—and I had a decade of experience.”After Trump became the GOP standard-bearer in the summer of 2016, O’Donnell said she contacted officials in Hillary Clinton’s campaign—suggesting that as a street kid from Long Island, she would happily go low, punching back with down-and-dirty replies to Trump’s negative attacks, while Hillary stayed high. “‘You need a counter to the insanity, but not by you.
“That little escalator down, with the fake crowd, and him going, ‘Here’s my wife who loves me,’ and she’s like [in O’Donnell’s comic rendering of a Slovenian accent] ‘How do I get out of here? Let me and Alec Baldwin [another combative Long Island native] do that.’”Nothing, however, came of O’Donnell’s offer.