Donald Trump Blasts Madonna, Saturday Night Live While Calling Them Disgusting, Disgrace
Jan 27, 2017 01:06 PM EST
Newly elected President of the United States of America Donald Trump's first week of presidency has been a very busy and chaotic one. Trump has been lashing out at critics since day one and still continues to do so with the latest one comes at the expense of pop superstar Madonna and the Emmy Award-winning comedy show Saturday Night Live.
In a report from The Telegraph News, Donald Trump sat down for an hour-long, interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity at the White House on Thursday. Trump talked about a wide range of various topics that includes defeating ISIS and repealing ObamaCare.
During the interview, Donald Trump also addressed the comments made by Madonna. Trump called Madonna disgusting and said that what Madonna did was a disgrace to the country. According to Trump, a lot of the criticisms hurled out against him still hurt him but he singled out the remarks made by Madonna during last Saturday's Women's March.
"Honestly, she's disgusting. I think she hurt herself very badly. I think she hurt that whole cause," Trump told Fox News Sean Hannity. "I thought her and a couple of others. But I thought she was in particular, I thought what she said was disgraceful to our country." added Trump.
Madonna was in Washington, D.C. last Saturday for the Women's March. During the march, Madonna gave a profanity-laden speech aimed towards Donald Trump. Madonna told the crowd gathered at the march that she was very angry at Trump and she had an awful lot of thought about blowing up the White House.
Madonna later clarified her comments in an Instagram post. The pop superstar insisted that she wasn't promoting violence.
Comedy show Saturday Night Live was also not spared from Donald Trump. Trump blasted the Emmy Award-winning comedy show by calling it a disgrace after one of the show's writers, Katie Rich, made a cruel joke about Trump's 10 year old son Barron.
Katie Rich earlier tweeted that Barron would become "the country's first homeschool shooter". Rich apologized for the tweet, but was later suspended indefinitely from the show, The New York Times reported.