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Donald Trump Is Upset With ABC Amid Roseanne's Cancellation But It's For The DUMBEST Reason!

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ABC canceled Roseanne — and Donald Trump is upset!

The president's not upset BECAUSE it canceled the rebooted sitcom, though. He's upset that Disney CEO Bob Iger called Valerie Jarrett to apologize for Roseanne Barr's racist tweets, but never apologized to old Donny for that time ABC said something bad about him!

Related: Kim Kardashian Meeting With Trump To Talk Prison Reform!

POTUS aired out his grievances on Twitter on Wednesday, lamenting about how he never received an apology from Iger for the "HORRIBLE" statements aired on the network about his presidency.

Like a rejected teenager, he wrote:

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Roseanne Canceled — See What Darlene, Disney, & More Have To Say On Twitter!

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In case you hadn't heard the good news, Roseanne has been canceled by ABC!

After years of conspiracy theories and various racist comments (along with tons of love for fellow racist Donald Trump), the star's "planet of the apes" tweet about Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett was finally one step too far.

Most offended by Roseanne didn't expect her to actually face any consequences — but that all changed thanks to ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey who called her words "abhorrent" and "repugnant."

Video: Roseanne Doesn't Care If You're Upset About Her Trump Support!

Now others are weighing in on the landmark decision regarding the show, starting with someone who just lost her job…

Exec producer (and the one-and-only Darlene) Sara Gilbert expressed hurt at what happened — but also condemned her costar's comments in no uncertain terms:

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Ryan Murphy Was SHOOK Over Disney Buying Fox Studios: 'It's A Very Emotional Thing For Me'

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Ryan Murphy has been dealing with his own private American Horror Story after Disney made a deal to acquire 20th Century Fox.

The mega-producer admitted he's been "very emotional" amid the Fox-Disney deal, but will wait and see how the dust settles before deciding if he wants to take his powerhouse production company elsewhere.

Related: Kendrick Lamar Drops First Song From Black Panther Soundtrack!

He said at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday:

"It's a very emotional thing for me. Three months ago, I thought I would literally be buried on the Fox lot. I had my mausoleum picked out. I grew up there. So I was very unprepared for what happened."

Murphy's production company has been at Fox Studios for almost 15 years, where he has grown hit shows for both FOX and FX. So, he was understandably shaken up after his studio home was now suddenly part of the gargantuan Mouse House.

Long past his Glee period, Murphy was worried he would be forced to Disnify his decidedly non-family friendly work. But a call with Disney boss Bob Iger reassured the writer he had nothing to worry about. He recalled:

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Ryan Reynolds Gives The PERFECT Answer When Asked To Choose Between Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, & Chris Evans!

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Ryan Reynolds is officially the best on Twitter.

Not only is he consistently hilarious, he's also very wise. For instance, when a fan recently asked him to choose between Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, and Chris Pratt — a seemingly impossible choice — RyRey found a Solomon-like solution:


What was Ryan's response? He tweeted back:

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Deadpool Will Stay R-Rated At Disney! And Ryan Reynolds Is Already Crossing Lines With This NSFW Merger Tweet…

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In case you hadn't heard, Disney purchased 20th Century Fox, finally reuniting all the Marvel characters at one studio.

Some fans have been worried about how Deadpool would work as part of the family-friendly Mouse House brand, but CEO Bob Iger has assured fans the Merc with the Mouth can stay R-rated, perhaps even with a new R-rated branding, like they do in the comics.

Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter to celebrate the new home for Deadpool — by immediately crossing the line!

He tweeted:

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Han Solo's Name Is NOT Han Solo!

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We thought we were past Star Wars blowing our minds.

But apparently the Han Solo, um, solo movie is going to reveal things we never knew about the smuggler/rebel hero made famous by Harrison Ford!

During a talk at USC, Disney CEO Bob Iger was begged by his journalist wife Willow Bay for a scoop on the space opera franchise's future.

Video: Carrie Fisher's Best Scene From Star Wars: Episode VII Was This Deleted One

Even though he wouldn't reveal ANY new deets about this December's The Last Jedi, not even to the Mrs., he did answer one big question about Carrie Fisher's performance as Princess Leia, which had reportedly been completed before her tragic death.

He confirmed:

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Lucasfilm President & Walt Disney CEO Release Official Statements On Carrie Fisher's Devastating Death

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It's clear everyone is heartbroken over Carrie Fisher's death.

Following Carrie's tragic passing on Tuesday, fellow stars and important voices in Hollywood spoke out on her legacy and wonderful spirit. The legion of heartbroken fans also included Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger, who both released official statements on the Star Wars website.

Related: A Look At Carrie's Life In Film

In the heartbreaking post titled "CARRIE FISHER, OUR PRINCESS, PASSES AWAY", the execs praised her "endearing personality and sharp wit" while also crediting her as an inspiration for young women everywhere.

See their emotional messages (below):

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