I don’t know what he said; I’m only vaguely aware of him saying something that this time angered the whole country, instead of just half of it. But I thought what he said was something to his child. Certainly he owes the child an apology, if what he said was bad enough to get everyone else all riled up. But wouldn’t that apology be more genuine in its handling if it came directly from the father to the child and didn’t involve the cast of The View.
Is there a rehab for him to go to now?
I’m so sick and tired of these public ‘apologies’ from famous people. They seemed designed by some press-manipulating concern whose first goal is to keep the name of the client or the wronged collective in the spotlight as long as possible. I’d just love it if these famous people would act right in the first place so I didn’t have to hear for the next three weeks about how their consequences for stupidity are so much different than ours.