Aside from her own beef with Trump, who's considering a run for the presidency, he hasn't been winning any points in the gay rights department, declaring that he's against gay marriage and civil benefits. That probably will further irk host and gay rights advocate O'Donnell.
However, it looks like the network is footing her housing bill and that it was the one that chose the Trump Chicago. There are worse places to be put up; the hotel has a its scenic river walk, a spa with "gemstone treatments" and the Michelin-rated restaurant Sixteen. And the penthouse suite? We're sure there won't be any complaints with the digs. Though O'Donnell has been pretty outspoken on her dislike of Trump, so we'll have to wait and see if this living arrangement works out.