Whoopi Goldberg hits back at ‘little snowflake’ Trump for suggesting she might move Canada if he wins: ‘I’m not going anywhere’

Whoopi Goldberg is firing back at former President Trump after he knocked the “View” co-host and suggested she might be moving to another country if he wins his bid to return to the White House.

“What I’m a little agitated about, that man has something to say to me,” Goldberg said of Trump on Monday’s “The View.”

The ex-commander in chief, Goldberg told the ABC daytime talk show’s audience, “saw a meme that said I was leaving the country.”

“People always see these crazy memes that I’m gonna leave the country if [Trump] gets in,” she continued.

On Sunday, Trump shared an altered image of the Academy Award winner that included a message purportedly from Goldberg: “I’m moving to Canada for sure this time!”

“Canada doesn’t want you Whoopi, NOBODY DOES!!!” Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social.

“Look, I’m not going anywhere,” Goldberg, 68, said to applause on Monday.

“And it’s not for the reason — you little snowflake — it’s not for the reason you think. He said nobody wanted me,” Goldberg said.

After one of the co-hosts chimed in, “We want you, Whoopi,” Goldberg exclaimed, “Honey, it wouldn’t matter if no one here wanted me.”

“But I know where I’m gonna be, because I got a contract. So I’m gonna be here where I’m wanted for the next couple years,” she said.

Ahead of the 2016 White House race, dozens of Hollywood stars — including Miley Cyrus, Barbra Streisand and Chelsea Handler, among others — vowed to leave the country if Trump won the election.

Goldberg floated the idea on “The View” at the time, saying in early 2016 that if Trump was elected, “maybe it’s time for me to move, you know. I can afford to go.”

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