President Donald Trump weighed in on ABC's unexpected cancellation of top-rated series Roseanne in typical Trump fashion by making it about himself.

In a tweet on Wednesday addressing the cancellation of Roseanne after star Roseanne Barr made a racist comment about former Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett, Trump complained that Disney CEO Bob Iger apologized to Jarrett but not to him for whatever he thinks ABC said about him.

"Bob Iger of ABC called Valerie Jarrett to let her know that 'ABC does not tolerate comments like those' made by Roseanne Barr," Trump tweeted. "Gee, he never called President Donald J. Trump to apologize for the HORRIBLE statements made and said about me on ABC. Maybe I just didn't get the call?"

On Thursday, Trump sent another tweet expanding on his gripe with Iger. "Iger, where is my call of apology?" he wrote. "You and ABC have offended millions of people, and they demand a response. How is Brian Ross doing? He tanked the market with an ABC lie, yet no apology. Double Standard!"

The mention of Brian Ross is in reference to a debunked report by the ABC News journalist last year that Trump had directed advisor Michael Flynn to contact Russian sources before the election. ABC News retracted the report and apologized on air, and Ross was suspended for four weeks. But the CEO of Disney didn't personally apologize to Trump, so it doesn't matter.

Trump had previously called Barr, a vocal supporter of his both fictionally and in real life, to personally congratulate her on her ratings success after the March premiere of the Roseanne revival.

Roseanne became a touchpoint in the right/left culture war due to Barr's outspoken right-wing politics and the conservative slant of the show, which became the top-rated series of the 2017-18 season. Conservative commentators are calling Barr a free-speech martyr after the cancellation.

But Trump didn't say anything about that. He just complained once again about his own perceived unfair treatment by the media and misidentified Bob Iger, who is the CEO of ABC's parent company. Saying "Bob Iger of ABC" is like saying "Donald Trump of the National Security Council." It's incomplete.

All of this, if you stop and think about it for even five seconds, is completely insane.