Rosie O'Donnell Offers $2 Million to GOP Senators to Vote Against Tax Bill
Rosie O'Donnell went on a tweetstorm Tuesday night, offering $2 million to any Republican senator who would vote against the GOP tax reform bill.
In one tweet, O'Donnell mentioned Sens. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) by name.
When a Twitter user asked O'Donnell if this could actually stop the Senate from passing the bill, she doubled down, saying, "I will write them a check."
Another user pointed out that giving lawmakers money to vote a certain way is bribery, but O'Donnell was having none of it and reiterated her offer of $2 million to any Republican senator who "votes no on killing Americans."
O'Donnell has long been an outspoken critic of President Trump, calling him "mentally unstable" and questioning if she'll be able to "live through" his presidency.
Despite O'Donnell's offer, all 51 Republican senators voted “yes” on the tax bill, which passed the Senate early Wednesday morning. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who is recovering from side effects from chemotherapy treatment for brain cancer, missed the vote.
The bill is headed back to the House for a final vote before it goes to President Trump to sign into law.
Watch the "Fox & Friends" report above.