Ever since the news broke that Donald Trump had an affair with Stormy Daniels, the adult film star has been a household name. With Daniels' following on Twitter growing by the day, Trump-supporting actress Roseanne Barr decided to mock her work on social media.

Stormy on Roseanne

It started back in January when the Wall Street Journal broke the bombshell report that Donald Trump had an affair with Stormy Daniels back in 2006, just months after marrying current First Lady Melania Trump.

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The paper also reported that Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid Daniels $130,000 in "hush money" during the 2016 election to keep quiet about their relationship. While this news has been dominating the headlines, Roseanne Barr has also gone on to revive her career with the return of the hit TV show "Roseanne," which has been met with controversy due to her outspoken support for the president.

With both women being in and out of the news, they found themselves on social media on Friday but it didn't go too well. After Stormy Daniels promoted a private session to see her work in a May 4 tweet, an apparent Trump-supporting Twitter user wrote back, accusing her of being "disgusting" and not representing "classy women." In response, actress Patricia Arquette came to Daniels' defense, mockingly replying, "I guess that means the President represents classless men? Hmm. Interesting." It was at this time when Roseanne chimed in, saying of Daniels "she's known for an*l sex scenes."

In response to Roseanne's mockery, Stormy Daniels fired back and didn't hold back her thoughts [VIDEO].

"I don't even do an*l movies, you ignorant tw*t," Daniels tweeted out. "That's like saying you are known for your beautiful rendition of The Star Spangled Banner," she added, in reference to the infamous Roseanne attempt at the song. This isn't the first time that Roseanne has tweeted about the adult film star, with one tweet sarcastically reading "follow Stormy Daniels so u can stay informed of what's important in our country! thanks!"

Moving forward

As it currently stands, Roseanne has yet to write back to Stormy Daniels' Twitter attack, but has other things to worry about [VIDEO]. While the return of the "Roseanne" show was initially a hit, it's seen a steady drop in ratings in recent weeks despite being picked up for a second season. For Daniels, she's continuing to work while waiting to see how the scandal plays out in the White House, especially since Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, revealed earlier this week that the president paid back the aforementioned "hush money" to Michael Cohen.