The Jenner-Kardashian household will likely remain divided after a springtime feud that pit Caitlyn Jenner against Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian says.

During an appearance on last night's (May 29) Watch What Happens Live episode, Kardashian weighed in on the battle between her mother and stepmother, who were married until 2014 when Caitlyn identified as a man named Bruce.

Kris took issue with Caitlyn's choice to publish private family affairs in a new memoir, and said in April that it was unlikely she could get over her hurt.

"Zero [chance]. No, one. No, I would say two percent. And those are [their children] Kendall and Kylie," Kim said. "That's their percentage. All fair, I think."

Kardashian also weighed in on her stepsister Kylie's late 2015 breakup with Tyga, and said though she doesn't think Tyga's a bad guy, she's relieved drama that's played out in public is over.

"You know, I feel like [there was] a lot of drama, and it doesn't mean he's a bad person at all," she said. "And what was great was that it was so easy, that split. There has not been any drama with her since."

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