TV’s Roseanne says tweet ‘cost me everything’ nevertheless wasn’t racist

“I was so sad of which people thought of which was racist,” Barr told Fox News host Sean Hannity. She said the tweet referencing former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett – “muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby = vj” – was a bid to seek accountability for the 2015 international agreement limiting Iran’s nuclear program.

She did not clarify what she believed was Jarrett’s involvement within the agreement.

“I made a mistake obviously. of which cost me everything, my life’s work. in addition to I paid the cost for of which. nevertheless no, I did not know she (Jarrett) was black,” she said.

Jarrett was born in Iran to parents of European in addition to African-American descent. She said on Wednesday she did not intend to watch Barr’s interview.

Addressing Jarrett directly, Barr said on Thursday: “I’m sorry you feel harmed in addition to hurt because I never meant of which.”

Barr’s tweet caused a storm of outrage in addition to the ABC network swiftly canceled the revival of her top-rated comedy series “Roseanne” about a working-class American family within the era of President Donald Trump.

ABC has since announced the show will return in October as a spinoff called “The Conners” with all the main characters except Barr, who will have no financial or creative involvement.

“I have apologized a lot. I feel of which I have apologized in addition to explained in addition to asked for forgiveness in addition to made recompense,” Barr said on Thursday, adding of which she has made donations to “several African-American things.”

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