Barbara Walters found her name trending on Twitter this week, but it wasn't from anything she did recently, nor was it from an online hoax.
In fact, the legendary TV journalist was trending on social media because of a resurfaced interview she did 30 years ago with Donald Trump for "20/20."
The short clip, which was posted earlier this week, has been viewed 6 million times and retweeted or commented about nearly 70,000 times.
"BARBARA WALTER WAS DONE WITH DONALD'S BS IN 1990," a Twitter user wrote alongside the video.
The snippet shows then-private citizen Donald Trump using a similar playbook as he does today, slamming the press for its coverage of him and indicating that "people are saying" certain things about him.
"I've never seen press reporting as I have with regard to me," he says. "I hope the general public understands how inherently dishonest the press in this country is."
Barbara quickly takes offense but gives the former real estate developer a chance to clear up the alleged negative coverage. She then quotes Trump: "'My bankers and I worked out a terrific deal which allows me to come out stronger than ever — I see the deal as a great victory,'" she says. She then asks him directly, "Being on the verge of bankruptcy, being bailed out by the banks, skating on thin ice and almost drowning, that's a businessman who should be admired?"
Donald replies, "You say on the verge of bankruptcy, Barbara, and you talk on the verge, and you listen to what people are saying…"
Barbara interjects to indicate she's spoken to "several" of his bankers to back her point.
"I don't know what the bankers have said," Donald says in the 1990 clip. "The Plaza is a very valuable property. Everybody told me, 'Oh, you paid too much, you paid too much.' … Now they're all saying, 'What a great deal he made…'"
"No they're not," Barbara deadpans.
Twitter had a heyday with the clip.
"I'm obsessed with this clip now," one person wrote.
Another wrote, "That quick 'no they are not' was priceless."
"Where have you gone, Barbara Walters?" another person wondered. "A nation turns its lonely eyes to you."