"I understand everything you say about forgiveness, but I'm a Republican on "The View" and everyday I come on here trying to tell people that Trump supporters and Republicans, we're nuanced, it's not just one blanket thing", she said.
Asked to comment on the video posted by Barr in which she screamed, "I thought that bitch was white!" "That's what was in my head". "Don't assume that you know what I meant because I think you don't know what I meant and I would like to make it clear to you what I did meant - mean", she said before delivering another insult. "It was political. I'm sorry for the misunderstanding that caused, my ill-worded tweet". I mean, seriously, she needs a new haircut'.
She explained: "It cost me everything". "People say that about me all the time".
'Address her and not just her, but people in the community who are so outraged about it. Address them from your heart and tell them, ' Hannity said.
"Plus, I'd tell her she's got to get a new haircut".
"I don't suffer from it anymore", Barr said of a multiple personality disorder diagnosis.
Barr insisted she "walked away" from her ABC show instead of admitting she was kicked to the curb.
Barr again said she didn't know Jarrett was an African American, adding that it wasn't widely known.
Barr said that while she could've legally fought the firing, she felt leaving the show was part of her "recompense", and that she signed off on her staff joining ABC's spin-off, "The Conners".
Barr tweeted a joke saying that former Obama official Valerie Jarrett was an "ape", which immediately led to a public outcry.
She did not clarify what she believed was Jarrett's involvement in the agreement.
But, in watching a once-great sitcom star fail to really explain the racist outburst that ruined her career, viewers have seen all they need to know.
Barr, who is Jewish, got emotional at the idea of being perceived as racist by her close circle's children, which includes African-Americans and Asians, nothing that "Jews get around". "We need to talk about race and everything that's connected to it", she said. "I made a mistake I wish I hadn't but. don't defend it please".
Hannity devoted the entire hour to the interview.