Meghan McCain is leaving “The View.”
The controversy-shrouded conservative co-host, who has been frequently criticised and admonished by her co-stars, revealed that she will leave the show at the end of the month.
McCain began his tenure on Thursday.
I consulted with my family, my co-stars, and my advisors.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which her father, John McCain, thought had happened, impacted her perception of life, according to her daughter.
Currently, she wishes to raise her daughter, Liberty, who was born in September, at home.
“This is one of the most amazing, fantastic pleasures of my entire life,” she remarked.
This is a special opportunity to work alongside four such fantastic broadcasters like you.
The most talented actresses on TV are you.
She stated on the show numerous times that she found it an honour when the former senator suggested that McCain participate.
As of October 2017, when she replaced Bila as the show’s conservative voice, McCain has had numerous exchanges with hosts on the left, including Joy Behar and Abby Goldberg.
Meghan McCain is quitting “The View” to go to graduate school.
Even the ABC management has gotten tired of the hostile rivalry on the show.
A week later, Kim Goodwin, ABC News’s new president, reportedly told McCain and Behar to avoid personal assaults on television.
In January, John McCain said on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” that, whether he wants to or not, he is not going anywhere on the show, Joy is not going anywhere on the show, and we are all stuck in current American society.
She attributed McCain’s strong opposition to being “formidable” on Thursday’s show.