Judge Jeanine Pirro details backstage showdown with Whoopi Goldberg at The View

Mail Online | 7/20/2018 | Chris Spargo For Dailymail.com
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Judge Jeanine Pirro stopped by Fox & Friends on Friday for a sit-down with her co-workers just one day after Whoopi Goldberg stormed off the set during the former district attorney's interview on The View.

It was only the second time Golberg had done that during her time on the show, with the first coming in 2010 during an interview with another Fox News host, Bill O'Reilly.

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Things got far more heated however backstage according to Pirro who said: 'She was nuts going off the set. When I walked down, as I started walking out of building, this woman is yelling behind me, "get the f out of this building."'

Pirro then compared Goldberg's behavior to that of a murderer, something she had previously done on Thursday while appearing on Sean Hannity's radio show.

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'I've been a prosecutor, judge, DA for 30 years. I tried murder cases. I can go toe-to-toe anybody. That was abuse,' said Pirro.

'It was sad. It was a sad moment that you know, she was triggered. I never understood triggering.'

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Pirro also said during the interview that she did nothing to provoke Goldberg, though it was clear during the interview what led to the heated exchange.

The interview, which ran over three segments, began to devolve right from the start, and almost looked as if it would explode long before it finally did with just a few minutes left in the show.

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That is when Pirro asked the panel what metrics in this country were worse under President Trump, stating: 'Unemployment is lower than it's been for 50 years. Minorities. Hispanics. African-Americans. Have jobs when they wouldn't have jobs.'

Sunny Hostin then interjected: 'It’s because of President Obama.'

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Pirro quickly responded to that by dismissing that notion, and in an incredulous tone stated: 'It's not because of Obama.'

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