Roseanne Barr: 'We would be so lucky' if Trump won
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"I think we would be so lucky if Trump won," she told The Hollywood Reporter.

"Because then it wouldn't be Hilary."

Barr added, however, that the election system is "all fixed."

"I think Hillary [Clinton] probably got the receipt, because she paid for the Oval Office," she said. "And both Trump and Bernie are playing the heel for Hillary." 

She went on to slam Clinton, saying the former secretary of State is friends with "everybody that gives her any goddamned money."

"The fact is, you don't get to be the nominee without taking a lot of dirty money," she said.

"You might be the best f—in' person on earth, but if you're hanging out with criminals who do bad things, that matters a lot."

She then praised Trump for financing his own campaign.

"That's the only way he could've gotten that nomination. Because nobody wants a president who isn't from Yale and Harvard and in the club. 'Cause it’s all about distribution," she said.

"When you're in the club, you’ve got people that you sell to. That's how money changes hands, that's how business works. If you've got friends there, they scratch your back and blah, blah."

Trump is saying that the "order of law matters," she responded, when asked if she thinks he will act in people's interests.

"And Trump is saying people will have to be vetted, we'll have to have legal immigration. It's all a scam," she said.

"I mean, illegal immigration. When people come here and they get a lot of benefits that our own veterans don't get. What's up with that?"