Well, this is, um, inneresting, to say the least.
Christian alleges the pageant girl wrote to him:
Tuesday was a sad day for Elisabeth Hasselbeck!
The controversial commenter gave a fond farewell to her team at Fox & Friends, since it was her last day on the show. However, the 38-year-old had a tough time saying her goodbyes!
The momma-of-three teared up when co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade showed a video montage of some of her most memorable moments on the popular program.
The cute clip also featured various producers and co-workers raving about sweet things she did for the staff.
Hasselbeck was truly touched by the tribute, saying:
Well this is a bit surprising!
Fox News announced today that Fox & Friends cohost Elisabeth Hasselbeck would be leaving the show at the end of the year!
Hasselbeck joined the show two years ago and previously spent almost 10 years on ABC's The View.
But the former Survivor contestant isn't leaving because of bad blood; she says she is getting out of the TV game to spend more time with family.
Elisabeth addressed her exit in an official statement:
Say what now?!
On Tuesday, Donald Trump officially kissed and made up with Fox News after his Megyn Kelly feud as he made an appearance on The O'Reilly Factor. In usual Trump fashion, he addressed a series of controversial topics and of course put his foot in his mouth.
"I think they're trouble. I think they're looking for trouble."
Whoa! Tell us how you really feel, Donald.
Is Candace Cameron Bure ready to be the next Elisabeth Hasselbeck??
It sounds like it!
The Fuller House star falls on the conservative side of most issues and will likely be very vocal in the View's more political discussions.
As such, gurl is rallying the conservative troops to make themselves heard and show their support for her side — because according to her:
"The majority of the feedback I get from The View audience is from liberals (whom I love) but are mean, hateful and downright nasty toward me."
Is SHE being too harsh? Or are they??
Read her entire Facebook plea (below)!
The ladies on The View may disagree at times, but they also have each other's backs!
On Tuesday's Fox & Friends, Elisabeth Hasselbeck received a bit of backlash for a question about Sandra Bland — who was found dead in her jail cell three days after her controversial arrest.
After the former co-host of The View tried to play devil's advocate by questioning if Bland's cigarette could be used as a murder weapon, many people deemed the conservative anchor as racist.
But Whoopi Goldberg and the other panelists were quick to defend their former co-star, asserting that she was simply doing her job by asking questions! The 59-year-old said: