'The View' Adds Meghan McCain as Conservative Co-Host

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And it's just been announced that Bila's replacement will be former Fox News host, Meghan McCain.

ABC declined to comment on McCain. So in other words, McCain and The View are a match made in heaven!

The 32-year-old McCain's first appearance is reportedly slated for early October when the self-proclaimed Blonde Republican and daughter of 2008 Presidential nominee Senator John McCain will join the ABC morning program's table to debate the issues with her cohorts and their guests.

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While McCain was known for being one of the best talk show hosts in Fox, she was also popularly known as an outspoken tongue who usually lashed out the US President #Donald Trump on her Twitter posts. Prior to this, Nicolle Wallace, Rosie Perez, Raven-Symone, Michelle Collins, Candace Cameron and most recently Bila departed from the show after brief stints.

According to Variety, McCain was tapped because the show been missing a strong conservative viewpoint since Elisabeth Hasselbeck left in 2013.

After the abrupt departure of co-host Jedediah Bila for allegedly being a little bit too hard on Hillary Clinton during an interview earlier this month, The View is looking for yet another token conservative.

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McCain is the most recent in a trail of co-hosts who have come and gone since Barbara Walters, the show's creator, retired in 2014.

"What more must my family be put through right now?" she asked.

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