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Rosie O' Donnell can't backtrack fast enough on her horrific attack on a 10 year old boy on Twitter. O' Donnell posted a video to Twitter that questions if Trump’s 10-year-old son has Autism Spectrum Disorder.

There is no evidence or reason to think that the child has a disorder but this is beside the point. This shows the real character of O' Donnell. Mean and vindictive who would attack a child. This is what bullying looks like folks and Twitter has policies that do not tolerate bullying.

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“Barron Trump Autistic?” tweeted O’Donnell. “If so – what an amazing opportunity to bring attention to the AUTISM epidemic.”

The backlash has been swift and brutal online over the comedian speculating about a child's health on social media.

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From Breitbart:

In a message posted to her website on Saturday, O’Donnell said she was moved to post the video because she found it “educational and informational,” and that her own 3-year-old daughter Dakota had been diagnosed with high-functioning autism in September.

“IF it is true – i tweeted from my heart it would help so much with the autism epidemic [sic],” O’Donnell wrote.

The comedian said she holds no “ill will” for Trump’s children, or for any children, but then proceeded to slam Trump himself.

“donald does not have the power to change the facts to re write history so speak true – stand tall [sic],” she wrote. “peace out as we try to save democracy from this madman who thinks OUR country is his [sic].”

O’Donnell has feuded publicly with Trump for much of the last decade, but the war of words reached new heights during the presidential campaign. The comedian previously called Trump an “orange piece of sh*t,” and in May, predicted that the Republican businessman would “never become president.”

In the weeks since Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton, O’Donnell has kept up a steady barrage of anti-Trump messages on her Twitter account. On Friday, the comedian tweeted that someone must “stop him before he gets sworn in.”

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