I responded to your PM, Seaside. Algie would have contacted you guys if he was interested, so I'd have to guess that he's not.
Dog aggressive pit bulls can be tough to place, but I have to say that all pit bull rescue takes time--two months, sadly, is not long at all to have a pit bull waiting to find a good home around here.
This pup's best bet is if her people would keep her in their house separated completely from the other dog--it's a big pain in the neck, but that's how most of our foster homes have to do it to make fostering possible at all. In my house, I have to keep the fosters in our downstairs rec room, for example, while my dogs have run of the rest of the house upstairs. Have they at least tried giving that a shot? It sounds daunting, but it definitely can be done, and eventually, you and the dogs adjust.