“The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg sent an obstinate message back to former President Trump after he made a social media post mocking her previous remarks about fleeing the country if he won the 2016 election.

The meme Trump shared on Truth Social on Sunday features a distorted photo of Goldberg with the inscription, “I’m moving to Canada, for sure this time!”

Above the meme, Trump wrote, “Canada doesn’t want you Whoopi, NOBODY DOES!!!”

On Monday’s episode of the talk show, Goldberg said that she was “not going anywhere.”

Calling the meme “crazy,” Goldberg said, “You know what I’m a little agitated about. That man had something to say to me.”

Facing Trump through the camera, she stated, “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.”

She then went on to dismiss Trump’s claim that “nobody” wants her, touting her contract with “The View” to stay on as a co-host.

“I know where I’m going to be because I got a contract. So, I’m going to be here where I’m wanted for the next couple of years,” she said without specifying the length of her contract.

Goldberg, in 2016, suggested that she would move out of the U.S. should Trump get elected. She has not said that she would leave if the Republican presidential candidate wins the 2024 election.

Back in 2016, she had said, “I’ve always been an American, and this has always been my country, and we’ve always been able to have discussions. And suddenly now it’s turning into, you know, ‘not them, not them.’ And you know, we have a lot of friends whose parents saw this already. They don’t want to relive this. They don’t want to relive this. So I need all the candidates to get it together. Get back to American values.”

“I don’t think that’s America. I don’t want it to be America. Maybe it’s time for me to move, you know,” she added.

After Trump’s win, she then said that she would not leave the country “that I was born and raised in.”