Chelsea Handler Doubles Down Attacks on Melania Trump, Condones Bullying Barron Trump

Handler has no obligation to have anyone on her show, ever, but there's no need to disparage a woman who isn't a native English speaker.

Handler has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, telling other media outlets that she would not have him on her show.

Chelsea says she wouldn't have the First Lady Melania Trump on her talk show because "she can barely speak English".

On Donald Trump, Handler said: "He is the grossest".

Although Melania is fluent in five languages, it's clear her English is perfectly fine.

Another way people speak out against Trump's presidency was the first annual Women's March on Washington D.C. Handler along with countless of her famous friends participated in this weekend's Women's March on Washington.


As she was giving an interview to Variety, Handler declared that she will never invite Melania Trump to be part of her Netflix show. "I don't respect either of those people".

Her sentiment towards First Lady Melania Trump was equal but accompanied with more words. And that same severity means that while being inappropriately hash-tagged on Twitter, Melania is busy learning the inner workings of the greatest country in the world, alongside her husband.

When given the chance to soften her stance on Melania, Handler fired another attack.

After the march, Handler told Variety: "Forget your party". "Divisiveness is not the answer", she explained. I'm registering as an independent.

She also added that the president is "the grossest - physically, emotionally, mentally". "I'm not going to be a Democrat anymore because it's too divisive".

"I bet you that is what he looks like naked, with a little grape between his legs", she said.

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