Whoopi Goldberg Fires Back at 'Snowflake' Donald Trump After He Insulted Her on Truth Social

'The View' co-host criticized the former president's post, in which he shared a fake quote from Goldberg saying she's moving to Canada and added that nobody would want to take her

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Whoopi Goldberg and Donald Trump

Whoopi Goldberg is taking aim at former President Donald Trump, after he implied that she was widely disliked in a social media post over the weekend.

During Monday, May 13's episode of The View, co-host Goldberg responded to a post Trump shared on his Truth Social platform that featured an image of her, in which she had been edited to look bigger, with a caption reading: "I'm moving to Canada for sure this time!"

"You know what I’m a little agitated about," Goldberg, 68, began, addressing Trump's post. "That man has something to say to me. He saw a meme, you know who saw a meme that I was leaving the country."

"People always see these crazy memes that I’m going to leave the country if he gets in there," she continued. "Somebody else thought I was leaving, was sending suggestions for people to take my place."

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The photo of Goldberg has been circulated around the internet for years, per Newsweek. Trump shared the meme on Sunday night after a follower sent it to him, adding his own caption: "Canada doesn't want you Whoopi, NOBODY DOES!!!"

"Look — I’m not going anywhere," Goldberg responded on Monday, to cheers from The View's audience. "And it’s not for the reason, you little snowflake — it’s not for the reason you think. He said nobody wanted me. Honey... you know what, it wouldn’t matter if no one here wanted me. But I know where I’m going to be cause I got a contract. So I’m going to be where I’m wanted for the next couple of years."

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<p>YouTube TV</p> Whoopi Goldberg on "The View"

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Whoopi Goldberg on "The View"

Goldberg has repeatedly criticized the former president since he entered politics, and several years back — while expressing anger with harmful rhetoric sweeping the nation — she said, "Maybe it's time for me to move."

She later clarified that she was not being serious about moving outside the United States.

"I'm not leaving the country that I was born and raised in," she emphasized in 2016. "You don't get to tell me that I'm going. You don't get to make that decision for me. I'm staying."

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