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"The View" has finally acquired a new permanent conservative co-host: Beware!

Another polarized season of "The View" concludes this summer. And the bomb's "hot topic" about who the next conservative co-host will be is about to end. , Posts can be reported exclusively.

A daytime jaguar note celebrating 25 brilliant, raging years of feathers this week isself-proclaimed"mountain mama" Meghan McCain's"disastrous"ended abruptly last summer.

A group of guest hosts on the right is cycling on-air auditions for the top spot. For insiders, these repeated tryouts are permanent gigs.

"Familiar faces are starting to be seen many times," a source told The Post. "We look forward to an announcement before the season ends on August 5."

Sources added: "When you watch the show, you can see people coming back regularly and attending the co-sponsor's table. It's an irreplaceable experience for the show, and ensuring they're seated at the table. It was always a plan to do. "

In other words, be aware that the informed guessing game is turned on.

Alyssa Farah Griffin as guest co-host on The View on May 24, 2022.
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For the most frequently repeated guest co-hosts, Includes Alisa Farr Griffin. President Donald Trump's 33-year-old former Communication Director and former GOP Communication Director Taraseto Meyer (46). Both are considered permanent seats. Some sources suggest that Farrer is likely to be a front runner.

Note: For two months after McCain left the company, Griffin was the mainstay every month and appeared even longer in June. Other guest hosts did not accumulate that tally this season.

I'm just saying.

Tara Setmayer joins The View as guest co-host.
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Meanwhile, conservative writer and media expert Ann Coulter previously told the post thathe was willing to take on that role.

"Yes, of course I [take the job], but they never choose me," said 60-year-old Coulter. "[Apparently] they don't mean what they say. You may have revealed a double secret requirement: you have to be a stupid, pushy Republican."

Talk Show Current Women — Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines — will pause next week and return to finish the rest of the match July 11th season.

The 26th season will recover after Labor Day.

The announcement of the new co-sponsor comes shortly after some scandals and dramatic incidents that plagued the show in the past season or promoted it according to the fan's stance.

Ann Coulter told The Post she doesn't think she has a shot at the much-coveted conservative slot on "The View."
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February,Always The controversialGoldberg, 66, was suspended from the ABC network aftersaid the Holocaust was "not of race."

The following month, Behar, 79,experienced a dramatic dip andplanted a face in front of a live studio viewer — and200. Over 10,000 viewers {83 at home}.

And while rumors emerged that it would be difficult to find a new conservative voiceat the show, insiders said, "I've never had a hard time finding a new co-host." rice field.

Despite Houpla's non-stop parade, there seems to be nothing to shake the woman in "The View". They remain the dominant daytime chat champions while others fall like flies.

"The View" was renewed in the 26th season, but other daytime speakers are having a hard time. "The Talk" fell below the new rating three months after Sharon Osbourne's dramatic exit, and "The Real" was canceled eight seasons in April.

And in May, Ellen DeGeneres said goodbye after being broadcast for 19 years.

According to the former star who filled the coveted slot, the "conservative" slot comes with its own set ofspecific challenges. increase.

"We still need a really conservative voice for now," said Hostin, 53, , co-host of Legal Eagle, withhaving a new conservative castmate. Declared to be looking"I also think it's dangerous, so it's really important that there aren't any people on the panel who disseminate false information, stick to big lie, or are anti-bakers. I believe it. "

Elizabeth Hasselbeck, the longest right-wing host, survived" The View "for 10 seasons from 2003 to 2013. But she wasn't without trouble. On May 23, 2007, Hasselbeck participated in ainfamous on-air "split screen" discussionwith her co-moderator Rosie O'Donnell on the Iraq War. She supported this, and O'Donnell opposed it.

The moment when it got hot was captured by the camera, and it was making waves nationwide at that time.

Meanwhile, McCain is notorious for Behar {115, a proponent of face masks that saves"anthropological experiments in the left-wing media"and enduresfour seasons later. Revealed a high broadcast conflict. }, The "toxic work environment" full of behind-the-scenes dramas eventually led her out of ABC's long daytime show.

"We respected and understood each other's roles. Whenever we quarrel, she speaks it," McCain, 37, said in her {113. 139}I mentioned Behar in the audio memoir "Bad Republican". It was a time when she became very close to her.

The two clashed over politics over countless politics, including talks between Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump, and the handling of Mask's obligations. .. Only two days after McCain returned from her maternity leave, Behartold her she never missed her.

"I was worried after giving birth. I was really nervous when I got back. It was like restarting TV. I felt unstable. I was joking. "You missed me very much." Looking at the clip, her reaction is very sharp. At the end of the show, she had a panic attack in her office.

Abbey Huntsman, a conservative panelist of John McCain's proud daughter, went ahead of McCain's retirement in January 2020. motion. 

However, Huntsman, 36,later admitted the honest reason for her departure. The show's work environment "did not reflect my values," he said, "rewarding people." Because of bad behavior. 

Welp: Good luck to new employees — and take a moment to enjoy your perhaps short-lived view.