Pirro: Whoopi Goldberg treated me ‘like a dog’ after argument

Lawrence Kim
July 20, 2018

Whoopi Goldberg is addressing Thursday's intense on-air argument between her and Judge Jeanine Pirro. "Unemployment is lower than it's been in 50 years, minorities, Hispanics, African-Americans".

The confrontation ended with liberal Goldberg allegedly shouting, "F-k you, get the f-k out!" at President Trump supporter and Fox News host Pirro.

During the screaming match, Pirro told Goldberg, "I've done more for abused women than you will ever do", we hear.

How would you take it if a conservative white "political commentator" accused you of having "Trump Derangement Syndrome?".

"That's because of President Obama", co-host Sunny Hostin replied.

"I'm not going to answer your question because your opening statement, how awful it is that Donald Trump talks about all of these people". "That's my issue, but one of the things that you talk about a lot, and I'm curious about it, is the "Deep State.' How long has the 'Deep State" been there and who's running it?"

Pollak asked if any of The View's producers subsequently apologized for Goldberg's hostility.

"I have never seen anybody whip up such hate", Goldberg fired back, with Pirro responding, "You know what's frightful?" The fight ended with Goldberg yelling at Pirro, "Fuck you, get the fuck out!" according to the Page Six report.

Pirro came on the show to promote her new book, "Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy".

"I just felt that today was a microcosm of what is happening in America as the left is suffering from this Trump derangement syndrome, but it didn't end there", Pirro said.

"Listen, I'm 62 years old", she continued.

"You saw me do something I very rarely do", Goldberg said when the show returned from commercial break. "I've never seen anybody been so dismissive".

Pirro snapped back: "You know what's frightful?" "Say goodbye!" she yelled to Pirro. She said she is "all for freedom of speech", but "don't lie when you know better, when you know families lost children, don't put that up there".

And that's when Whoopi Goldberg brought down the I've-Had-It-Hammer.

"After the segment, which ended when it was supposed to - it was not early, not late - she called everybody at the table a name I can not repeat on TV and said it in front of the audience", Goldberg said. "But I also don't like being accused of being hysterical because that is one of the things I try not to be on this show". The feisty Fox News host turned to Navarro and snapped, "You want to talk about hate crimes?"

After the show, a source told Page Six that Pirro told Goldberg "she's fought for victims her whole life".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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