Meghan McCain may not be the most popular presenter on The View, but there’s no denying she’s iconic. The political commentator left her mark as a Republican resident and made riveting television.
Meghan McCain’s time on the ABC talk show is almost over and the audience is divided on whether that’s good or bad. What is not in dispute now is the date of McCain’s last appearance on the show.
Meghan McCain was The View’s controversial host because he was the only one with Republican views. The co-host knew he was considered a “supervillain” and he thrived in that environment. McCain, however, announced he was leaving the talk show after four seasons.
The View will take a one-month break between seasons in August to return immediately after Labour Day. Meghan McCain said he would leave at the end of July and many believed his last day would be July 30.
Fans who didn’t want to continue to see him will have to endure his presence for another week. McCain’s actual last day is expected to be 6 August. On the first Friday in August, ABC will say goodbye to McCain.
Who Is Replacing McCain On ‘The View’ Panel?
ABC has not yet confirmed the decision to replace Meghan McCain on The View. Many fans on social media have asked the network to promote Ana Navarro to full-time anchor. The political analyst has only been on the show part-time and appears regularly on Friday episodes when Whoopi Goldberg is free. However, according to a Page Six source, there are several reasons why Navarro may not be offered the role. Ana has a big following and is beloved,” the source alleged. “She likes being part-time at The View, she lives in Florida and doesn’t want to move to New York. She appears on other shows and is big on the speaking-tour market and probably makes a lot of money from it. They’d have to pay her well.
Wendy Williams recently said she spoke to Joy Behar, who reportedly said replacing McCain will be difficult. Despite the fact that there is no one on the air to replace Meghan McCain, Page Six also reported that the network is in no hurry to replace him and “taking time to find the right person to fill the seat. No one is freaking out.”. No one was alarmed.” The same source claims that there will continue to be testing of conservative presenters.