Rosie O'Donnell Wants to Play Steve Bannon

Trump Was Reportedly 'Rattled' That a Woman Played Sean Spicer on 'Saturday Night Live'

Entertainment: Donald Trump is not a fan of Melissa McCarthy and Saturday Night Live

Rosie O'Donnell has volunteered her services for "Saturday Night Live's" takedown of President Donald Trump.

Vanity Fair noted that the show rarely crowdsources its casting - but Facebook did get Betty White to host in 2010, so we won't give up yet.

According to a Politico report published on Monday, February 6, Trump was upset about the Ghostbusters star's much-lauded depiction of 45-year-old Spicer.

Word of Trump's disapproval of Spicer being portrayed by a female prompted the O'Donnell idea to surface on Twitter.

After a Twitter user suggested the role to O'Donnell, she was immediately receptive, replying: "I am here to serve".

O'Donnell and Trump have publicly feuded in the past, with Trump making derogatory comments about O'Donnell's looks and weight.

To kick off the new year, O'Donnell, a fervent opponent of Trump's presidential bid during the campaign, called Trump "mentally unstable."A few days later, she called for imposing martial law and delaying the January 20 inauguration until Trump is "cleared of all charges".

SNL has received a major boost in recent months, in large part due to the show's skewering of Trump, portrayed with relish by Alec Baldwin on the longrunning sketch show. She has called him a "snake-oil salesman on Little House On The Prairie" and "an ass".

He called McCarthy's impersonation "cute" and "funny", but also had pointers for her.

'You've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals, ' Kelly began before being interrupted by Trump who said: 'Only Rosie O'Donnell'. More recently, Trump insulted O'Donnell during several Republican debates when he was running for president.

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