Hopi Goldberg made a surprise return to The View on Monday before granting a two-week suspension following a global recession over his comments about the Holocaust last month.
The 66-year-old presenter missed just eight episodes two weeks after her last broadcast on February 1 – apparently ten episodes – was announced by ABC. The day before the show.
But on Monday, Goldberg aired again after missing eight shows.
‘Well, hello, hello, hello and welcome to The View. Yes, I’m back … and I missed you all, ‘Goldberg told the audience and his co-hosts at the top of the show.
‘I have to tell you, there is something wonderful about being on a show like this because we have vision and this is what we do. And sometimes we don’t do it as subtly as we can. ‘
But it takes five minutes to get important information about topics. That’s what we try to do every day. I want to thank everyone who helped me when I was away, ‘he continued.
“And I say unto you, Come from the places where the people made me go, saying, Wait, wait, what? Is it true Okay! ”And it was amazing, I listened to everything everyone had to say, I was so grateful, and hope that it will continue to have important conversations as we are going to continue the difficult conversations.
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Wooby Goldberg addressed the audience after appearing surprisingly on ABC’s The View on Monday, two days before his two-week suspension was due to expire.
The 66-year-old host, following a global backlash to his comments that the Holocaust was ‘not about race’, said ‘we’re going to have a tough conversation’.
Wooby Goldberg arrived at ABC Studios on West 57th Street in Manhattan on Monday
On Monday Goldberg was with his co-host at his regular seat, The View, his first episode since being suspended for two weeks following the February 1 show.
Goldberg jumped into a waiting car after filming Monday’s episode of The View
Goldberg was placed on unpaid suspension for two weeks after the infamous January 31 episode of ABC leader Kim Godwin, who said he wanted The View editor and his colleague Joy Behr to put an end to a ‘culture’ of ‘say and do’. They want whatever they want, “said a source close to the Daily Mail.com.
DailyMail.com approached ABC to comment on Goldberg’s surprisingly early return.
Faced with a revolt from Goldberg staff, he felt he had crossed the border with his deaf apology for his Holocaust comments.
She was not ashamed of the controversy when she returned.
“It’s not always beautiful, like I said, it’s not always what others want to hear, but it’s an honor to sit at this table and have these conversations, because they are important,” Goldberg said.
‘They are important to us as a nation, and important to us as a human organization. So, Happy Valentine’s Day! We’m going to start because we’re doing that.
Goldberg thanked Darlene Love for her performance on the show, and then after the break, there was a shopping section with co-host Sarah Haynes.
Hopi Goldberg, during an episode of The View on January 31, provoked outrage by saying that the Holocaust was ‘not about race’.
Sarah Hines tried to point out that the Nazis were a superior race to the Jews, but Goldberg disagreed.
The controversy began when Hopi On-Air said the Holocaust was ‘not about race’. He apologized on Twitter, apologizing on the broadcast the next day, February 1, but was suspended after the show.
The outspoken host lost $ 192,000 for a two-week suspension, sources told DailyMail.com.
Reactions to his return were mixed on social media, with many considering the suspension was not a punishment, and some even went so far as to call for Goldberg’s firing.
One person tweeted, ‘She should not return to #Boycotttheview’.
‘Such a BS, she should be fired, should be fired permanently,’ another commenter offered.
TheView must tell the truth. No one cares about “tough conversations”. We’re worried about the team saying the wrong thing. ‘
‘All his fellow hosts are happy he’s back, no one else,’ another person wrote on Twitter.
Ron Hugh, a Twitter user, tweeted that ‘antisemitic conversations are difficult conversations’.
The talk show host tried to retract his comments on his final show before the suspension.
I said, ‘In today’s show, the Holocaust is not about race, it’s about the inhumanity of man.’ I should have said it was about both, ‘he said.
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