Whoopi Goldberg is unsurprisingly walking back one threat she made regarding Donald Trump

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Democrats and their media allies constantly say one thing and do another.

They can’t seem to help but prove they’re total hypocrites who can’t possibly be trusted.

And now Whoopi Goldberg is unsurprisingly walking back one threat she made regarding Donald Trump.

The View’s Whoopi Goldberg isn’t backing down in the face of former President Trump’s latest jab, firing back with a fiery retort that’s sure to ruffle feathers.

In a jaw-dropping showdown on Monday’s episode of the political talk show, Goldberg didn’t mince words as she addressed Trump’s mocking social media post, branding it “crazy” and dismissing the notion of fleeing the country.

“Look, I’m not going anywhere. OK? And it’s not for the reason, you little snowflake, it’s not for the reason you think,” Goldberg declared, her voice dripping with defiance as she stared down the camera.

But she didn’t stop there.

Goldberg took aim at Trump’s assertion that “nobody” wants her.

She proudly asserted her contractual commitment to remain a co-host on The View for the foreseeable future.

“I know where I’m going to be because I got a contract,” she asserted, leaving no room for doubt about her steadfast resolve.

Trump’s meme, featuring a distorted photo of Goldberg with the text, “I’m moving to Canada, for sure this time!” ignited a firestorm of controversy.

Goldberg was prompted to set the record straight about her past remarks regarding a potential relocation in the event of a Trump victory.

While Goldberg did express such sentiments in January 2016, she clarified that she remains firmly rooted in her American identity and has no intentions of abandoning ship.

“I’ve always been an American, and this has always been my country,” she emphasized, lamenting the divisive rhetoric that has plagued political discourse.

But Goldberg isn’t the only celebrity to face backlash for such remarks.

A slew of Hollywood elites, including Chelsea Handler, Snoop Dogg, and Miley Cyrus, also pledged to leave the country if Trump clinched victory in 2016, yet few followed through on their promises.

Fox News reached out to the Trump campaign for comment on the ongoing feud, but the response remains shrouded in mystery.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.