While it seems it's too little, too late, Bill Maher had former Delaware U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell on Friday's episode of "Real Time" on HBO and said he's sorry for releasing the "Politically Incorrect" clip in which she said she "dabbled into witchcraft" during the 2010 campaign cycle. "I first want to say to you, honestly, look you in the eye, because I haven't seen you in a long time, I know when I brought out the witch tape I made your life hell, and I'm sorry about that," he told O'Donnell. O'Donnell seemed grateful for the apology, saying that witch-gate was also partially a self-inflicted wound "because we put out that stupid ad." Maher explained why he did it too."The whole reason I did that, I wanted you to come on, you were running for the senate, you did 'Politically Incorrect' 22 times. I did kind of make you a star," Maher said. O'Donnell responded with a zinger. "You know what's funny, my campaign manager kept texting me what to say when you said that and I'm like, 'he's not that egotistical, he's not going to bring that up,' " she said.