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Fox’s Jeanine Pirro whines Whoopi Goldberg treated her ‘like a dog’ in F-bomb attack after feud on ‘The View’

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Fox News host Jeanine Pirro (Screencap)

In an interview following her explosive exit from The View on Thursday, Fox News celebrity Jeanine Pirro complained to fellow Fox commentator Sean Hannity that she was on the receiving end of further abuse from The View host Whoopi Goldberg after the segment concluded.

Speaking with Hannity on his radio show, Pirro whined about how the segment played out and what followed.

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“I’m still reeling from it to be honest with you,” Pirro told the sympathetic Hannity.”I went on thinking that we would have a discussion about the book. The truth is, that it was an attack on Donald Trump, and then on me. I sat there as Whoopi Goldberg pontificated about how horrible Donald Trump was and at one point I said ‘you know I’m here to talk about the book’ and then she went ballistic – ended the segment.”

“She said ‘that’s it I’m done’ and what people didn’t see who were watching the show, was she yanked away from the desk where we were all sitting and she decided that she was going to end it. No one saw that, but it got worse,” she continued. “When I went off the stage, Sean, I’m walking downstairs and I said something like, ‘Whoopi I fought for victims my whole life,’ and she came at me as I was leaving and she said ‘F you’ in my face – literally spitting at me, ‘F you, get the F out of this building.’”

“And I said to her, ‘did you just say that?’ She said that’s what I said, ‘get the F out of this building’ and she was screaming at me and I’m walking out of the building like a dog who was just kicked off,” she raged. “So forget about what she did to me on set, which was horrific in itself but the treatment by Whoopi Goldberg is typical of what is going on in this country. The left, they invite you on to talk, they then won’t let you talk, they throw you off the show and then they throw you out of the building. And here’s the problem Sean, the problem is once one starts doing it, the rest of them are going to start doing it.”

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