Not like she exactly earned the spot not he show in the first place through hard work, diligence, and the strength of her own name instead of daddy John McCain, but word out on the corners is that The View may be nearing the end of Meghan’s tenure on the top-rated daytime talk show.
After weeks of speculation, alongside the release of a new book that covers the show from the beginning as well as all the cat fights and verbal slaps over the years, a spokesperson for the show has released a statement in an attempt to squash the rumours that the conservative is leaving after barely two years on the show:
“The co-hosts and The View have had an incredible season and we expect them all back for an epic year ahead.”
According to an undisclosed source, McCain is suffering from exhaustion after sparring both on live television as well as behind the scenes – allegedly – with co-hosts Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin, who both have taken the screaming McCain to task on a host of issues, bringing receipts and proof in the pudding any time Meghan attempts to skirt several key issues. One of the executive producers had this to say about Meghan’s future on The View:
“We don’t want people to attack Meghan. We’re happy to have Meghan there. I think she does want to be there. I think she wants to be on the show. She realizes it’s a very good platform for her and we love having her there. I feel like she will come back. What happens with Meghan is that because she’s so passionate about what she’s talking about, and she feels very strongly that she’s carrying this mantle for the conservative perspective, and what she wants to talk about is so important to her, I think that’s the part that’s the most draining for her.”
To that, we say:
Whatever. Make The View great again and take action today. Fire that trick ASAP!
Let’s see who occupies her chair come September when The View returns for season 23.
The View will return for its 23rd season in September.