Meghan McCain resigned as co-host of ABC’s “The View” almost four years later.


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Meghan McCain, co-host of “The View”, is leaving the show. (Tasos Katopodis / Netflix Getty Images)

Meghan McCain, the only conservative voice of ABC’s daily talk show “The View,” told viewers Thursday that she would leave her co-host chair at the end of the season.

McCain, the eldest daughter of the late Republican Senator John McCain, frequently clashed with other panelists in the program, especially long-time Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar.

The latest example happened last week when McCain went into a bitter exchange after McCain said he had eased President Biden compared to the treatment of former White House resident Donald Trump.

The two co-sponsors apologized to each other during the broadcast when they returned from the commercial break.

May, McCain got angry He compared his mission to wear masks in the Capitol with the Holocaust on how the Panel accused Georgia Parliamentarian Marjorie Taylor Greene. McCain said the program did not pay similar attention to the surge in hate crimes against Jews associated with pro-Palestinian protests.

McCain, 36, participated in “The View” in October 2017. Formerly a Fox News contributor, he spent 10 months co-hosting the daytime show “Outnumbered.”

The conservative co-hosting job at The View has become a revolving door affair in recent years. McCain succeeded Abby Huntsman, the other daughter of Republican politician and former Utah governor John Huntsman, after Huntsman participated in the program for a year. Jededia Villa And Nicole WallaceCurrently hosting her own daily MSNBC program, which also lasted for a season.

Created by ABC News journalist Barbara Walters in 1997, “The View” Political forum details In the last decade, politicians from both political sides have emerged, primarily to reach a female audience in the morning.

However, as the country became more polarized, the program gained a reputation for frequent on-camera flare-ups among co-organizers, turning the show into a favorite topic on tabloids and gossip websites.

Daily mail, First reported McCain will be sent off, the host said he had two years left on his contract with ABC.

This story was originally Los Angeles Times..

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