Over the weekend, Melissa McCarthy rallied the anti-Trump Internet masses with her spot-on SNL impression of White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Subsequently (and unsurprisingly), sources close to the Donald claim he was pissed -- and not about the fact that McCarthy spoofed Spicer's penchant for making-up facts, but because his press secretary was completely obliterated by a woman.
"Trump doesn't like his people to look weak," a big Trump donor told POLITICO, in what may be one of the most overt ways to demonstrate how deep his latent sexism runs. That said, comedian Rosie O'Donnell -- just one of many famous Trump nemeses -- is now offering to play chief strategist Steve Bannon on the heels of his reported response.
Taking to Twitter last night, O'Donnell enthused that she was "available" to play Bannon on a forthcoming SNL skit "if called."