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Rosie O’Donnell has confirmed to the relatively few media outlets who care that she is helping disgraced lawyer Michael Cohen write an undoubtedly fiction-filled account about his years working for President Trump.

“He’s in the midst of writing it, and is nearly done writing it, and hopes that it’ll be out before the election,” she told the site.

November is a long time to wait, however. Despite increased manufacturing efforts to meet demand, suppliers have continued to struggle with delivering suitable quantities of toilet paper to desperate consumers nationwide. As a result, WIBC’s The Chicks on the Right anticipate stores to restrict copies of Michael Cohen’s book to one per customer upon its release.

Meanwhile, O’Donnell, desperately clinging to relevance since her departure from “The View,” told the Daily Beast that struck up a friendship with Cohen after sending the former Trump confidant a letter she claims left him “so moved” he “started crying.”

It’s unclear at this time whether Cohen was moved by the letter itself or the sudden realization that his social standing and career opportunities have declined to such an extent that he’s now partnering with the likes of Rosie O’Donnell.

“He grew up on Long Island like I did, he’s a few years younger, and he reminds me of my brothers. I look at this guy and go, ‘How did he fall under the spell of that charlatan?’” she said.

We can help you get clarity on that, Rosie. Just think of Trump’s charisma as an empty carbohydrate.

The Chicks have more on the O’Donnell and Cohen alliance in the clip below.

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