After a particularly hostile debate on Thursday’s episode of "The View," Judge Jeanine Pirro said Whoopi Goldberg and she have very different stories as to what happened on and off set that day but that she wants to "close the book on this and move on."
On "The View," Pirro and Goldberg both took very different sides on the state of the country and how well President Trump is doing in his first term of office which resulted in Goldberg swiftly ending the segment.
"Pirro claims that following an appearance on 'The View,' she was verbally berated, intimidated, and even spat at," reports The Blaze. "Goldberg responded to Pirro’s claims on Friday, one day after Pirro’s appearance, confirming she used 'choice words' during their confrontation, but denied intimidating or spitting at Pirro. Instead, Goldberg alleged Pirro was upset because her panel included a staunchly anti-Trump commentator."
Pirro stands by her claim that she was thrown off the ABC set.
The Fox News host decided to address the situation on her show Saturday evening, calling a truce by saying, "let's agree to disagree."
“And to Whoopi, I accept that you and I have different versions of what happened on Thursday, both on and off the air and that we have both completely takes of President Trump and the job he’s doing. So let’s agree to disagree, and put this episode to bed for once and for all,” she said.
Pirro then took a moment to thank Whoopi Goldberg for her book, Liars, Leakers and Liberals, becoming a No. 1 bestseller on Amazon.
“I do want to thank Whoopi and the ladies [of] ‘The View’ for helping to make my book No. 1 on Amazon and Barnes and Noble," said Pirro. "So go out and get a copy if you haven’t already."
She couldn't help just take one last jab at Goldberg, saying, “Thanks Whoopi; and may I say, I preferred you in the movie Ghost much more than I do on The View, but, then again, we're all entitled to our opinions."