Ratigan began the segment by noting the on-air disagreement, and apologizing:
“I wanted to make sure that everyone understood that both of us are not only passionate about America and jobs, but we are friends and colleagues and have a tremendous amount to work on over the next year,” Ratigan said. “I want to apologize to the audience at noon for creating a distraction from these issues, and apologize to you, Ed.”
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