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    Hey, corporate America. Pick a lane! You can be businessmen or activists; but you can't be both. Unceremoniously ousted Disney CEO Bob Chapek just learned that lesson the hard way. Chapek, tapped to run Disney less than 3 years ago, is being replaced by his own predecessor. The legendary Bob Iger is back to right the ship. Now, I'm no business reporter, but it doesn't take a financial genius to see that Chapek's strategy wasn't adding up. The stock is down 40% this year. Disney's streaming service, Disney+, ironically keeps adding subscribers and losing money – to the tune of $1.5 billion a quarter. And the company is freezing hiring, cutting spending, and likely laying people off. So, what was Chapek doing while the House of Mouse crumbled? He was backing into fights with Republican governors and alienating his customers. Chapek got the most public attention during his very short tenure for his very public feud with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over a parental right's law, deemed the 'Don't Say Gay' bill by unhinged critics. In reality, the law banned...
    What would be more appalling: if President Joe Biden believed what he said to the nation last night or if he was just saying it to win an election? No matter - either way, it's a gut punch. This is yet another sad morning for President Biden. It's a miserable morning for America, just five days before the people vote. We witnessed yet another rambling monologue calling half the country evil and dangerous. I got angrier and more frustrated the longer he spoke. I found myself, once again, asking: where is the man who promised to heal the soul of America and bring us together? That man is long gone... and in his place is a WWE-hype man for the left and nothing else. 'Autocracy is the opposite of democracy,' Biden read in his prepared speech at D.C.'s Union Station last night. 'It means the rule of one, one person, one interest, one ideology, one party… What we're doing now is going to determine whether democracy will long endure.' So, let me get this straight? A vote for Republicans is...
    We take it for granted in America in 2022. During the winter when we turn up the thermostat, we expect the heat to kick on. Well, not so in Joe Biden's America. Welcome to the new green future. New England's regional power-grid operator is now warning millions of Americans in the Northeast of the potential for rolling blackouts this winter. That's right. Those counting on a reliable supply of fuel to heat their homes this winter may need to start chopping wood. 'If we get a sustained cold period in New England this winter, we'll be in a very similar position as California was this summer,' said Nathan Hanson, a regional power company executive. But not to worry, Biden and Democrats have a solution. Get an abortion, says Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. 'Having children is why you're worried about your price for gas, it's why you're concerned about how much food costs… You can't divorce being forced to carry an unwanted pregnancy from the economic realities of having a child,' Abrams told an interviewer on MSNBC. Okay? Not...
    'I see a little silhouetto of a man, Scaramouch, Scaramouch, will you do the Fandango!' — Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. O Canada, you must be so proud. As we've all seen by now, pretty-boy Prime Minister Trudeau was caught on camera (possibly drunkenly) singing Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody (and poorly at that) in a hotel bar on Saturday night before the state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II in London on Monday. The amateur video shows Trudeau with members of the Canadian delegation, who had come to attend the somber event. He is seen dressed casually in a t-shirt absolutely belting out the lyrics to the famous song in a fashion that would really have been better suited for a late-night karaoke bar than a lobby in public view, as mourners gathered to honor the most respected and admired woman in the United Kingdom's modern history. This was not a celebratory time. It was a time of global mourning, particularly for Canadians, whose country is part of the British Commonwealth. Who would be so...
    THE VIEW fans have mocked ex-co-host, Meghan McCain for her salty comments in the past. The talk show was ranked the "most watched daytime talk show" for the second year in a row. 5The View was ranked the most-watched daytime talk show this yearCredit: Instagram 5Fans of the show are mocking former panelist Meghan McCain because she said the show would tankCredit: AP Meghan quit the show in July 2021 after calling it a "toxic workplace." However, the show did not tank after she left. In fact, The View announced on their Instagram page on Thursday that the program is the "most-watched daytime talk show" of the year. This is the second year the show has been awarded this honor. READ MORE MEGHAN MCCAINULTIMAT-MOM Meghan McCain says she'd never let her daughter go on The View'SO TOXIC' Meghan McCain reveals cruel comment ex cohost said that made her quit The View They captioned the post: "Thanks to our amazing viewers, #TheView is the most-watched daytime talk show for the second consecutive season, closing out our historic...
    Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM. Meghan McCain says anger over Elon Musk’s coming acquisition of Twitter is rooted in a desire by liberals to control the speech of others. Musk announced he would buy the platform Monday for $44 billion. The eccentric billionaire quickly drew condemnation from the left, and praise from the right. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO has stated he bought the company, as he values free speech, above all else. For many on the left, Musk is a dastardly tyrant who intends to unleash the ghost of Nathan Bedford Forrest onto the platform. Many on the right, meanwhile, believe the tech CEO is throwing them a lifeline against extreme censorship. McCain, in a column published by the Daily Mail, said she hopes Musk ensures Twitter is a place for all. She also offered her take on the anger from the left, now that the company will soon be under new ownership. “Petulant liberals are melting down over the realization that they’ve lost the power to control and suppress everyone else’s speech on Twitter,” she wrote Tuesday....
    There is a crisis in this country. A crisis of faith in our institutions. A crisis of faith in our elected leaders. A crisis of faith in our ruling class and the elites who hold power and have access to power. There have been countless thought pieces written, shows produced and panels conducted on this topic over the past five years since the election of President Donald Trump. President Biden and his administration promised a change. Again and again, we heard his pledge to 'restore the soul of America,' a common talking point on the campaign trail. I am disappointed in Biden and I am allowed to be, despite my family's history of friendship with him and his family. Because unlike so many people working in Washington D.C., I am capable of separating my emotions from my thought process. I am disappointed in him, most viscerally, for the type of people he has chosen to surround himself with in the White House. People who I don't believe are serving in the interests of the greater good of the American public...
    I want to start this column by stating that I believe the best way for Americans to progress past our most difficult political and cultural divisions is to treat each other with compassion, empathy, and respect. Of course, that feeling extends to the transgender community.  But the reality is that the progressive left's insistence on forcing extreme views on gender and sexuality on the rest of the country have left many of us confused and frankly scared of talking about it. Evidence of this was on full display at the Supreme Court confirmation hearings of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Judge Jackson is not a nominee that I would have preferred because I am a conservative, pro-lifer. However, Democrats control the Senate and White House and Judge Jackson's judicial record, educational background and reputation demonstrate that she is qualified to sit on the nation's highest court. In fact, according to a new Gallup poll, 58% of Americans would like to see the Senate confirm her nomination. That's the second highest level of public support ever recorded for a nominee. John Roberts'...
    I want to start off this column by stating clearly that there was a time in my life when I really respected the work of CNN. I grew up with Wolf Blitzer and Crossfire playing on constant repeat in the background noise of our kitchen.  Their coverage of breaking news, numerous wars and international events such as the Gulf War, 9/11 and the Iraq War deserve recognition for the groundbreaking work of the journalists, who bravely covered them. Those days seem very long gone and no one is more sad about the festering demise of one of the most prestigious news networks than I am. Let me also state, as I have stated clearly in the past, there are very good people who still work at CNN. There are incredible journalists and commentators whose reputations are being hurt by the overall reputation of CNN -- people like Dana Bash, Jake Tapper, S.E. Cupp and Van Jones. These are all people who are well-regarded and respected in our news and political commentary industry.  The vast majority of CNN however is failing...
    Yellowstone/Instagram The Dutton family on Paramount’s wildly successful western drama Yellowstone has captivated audiences for four seasons. Numbers for the show’s season four finale, which aired on Sunday and ended in yet another cliffhanger, show the episode was watched by 9.3 million total viewers. Deadline reported: Yellowstone continues to defy gravity — and an industrywide decline in linear ratings. The Season 4 finale of Paramount Network’s hugely popular drama starring Oscar winner Kevin Costner hit a new series high with 9.3 million total viewers in Live+Same Day, up +81% vs. the Season 3 finale (5.2 million). The Jan. 2 closer eclipsed the previous L+SD viewership high mark set by the Season 4 premiere (8 million) to become the most watched telecast on cable since The Walking Dead Season 8 premiere on AMC in October 2017 (11.4 million). … Yellowstone become the #1 series of 2021 across broadcast, cable and premium in both demos. Some might attribute sharp writing, a good cast, and captivating storylines for the show’s unprecedented success. But Meghan McCain says Yellowstone is taking other shows to the...
    It's a regular topic of discussion by the pundit class that America is a nation with a growing number of 'silos' or 'bubbles.' The argument is that people only read and watch certain things that cater to their interests and are ignorant of the views and lifestyles of others. Since the argument is typically lodged by left-leaning pundits and columnists, it creates the false impression that it is the American right that lives in a silo, unencumbered by the opinions of the left or the reporting of the New York Times. Of course, if you think about it for two seconds, you'll realize the opposite is true. While Fox News is huge and powerful and there is a whole universe of talk radio hosts and news media outlets, which espouse conservative and libertarian views, the truth is that America's media is dominated by left of center views. And those who work in the mainstream media ignore everything that challenges their perceptions. It's one reason so many people expressed shock at the victory of Donald Trump in 2016, or more recently,...
    Meghan McCain slammed the idea being floated of Vice President Kamala Harris and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg teaming up to run in 2024. “What even is this?” the former co-host of “The View” tweeted Saturday to her hundreds of thousands of followers. (RELATED: ‘Dragged’: Meghan McCain Blasts ‘Every Single Person In Biden Administration’ Over Fall Of Kabul) “Why can’t the left just be normal – and grounded in some semblance of reality?” she added. What even is this? Why can’t the left just be normal – and grounded in some semblance of reality? https://t.co/VPpGwhbfYw — Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) November 28, 2021 McCain’s post included a retweet of a post from the Twitter account for the home of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. (RELATED: ‘I’m Just Going To Rip The Band-Aid Off’: Meghan McCain Announces She’s Leaving ‘The View’) “Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg could agree to run together in 2024 if Biden does not run again, giving the Democratic Party a very strong ticket that would seem like a natural continuation of Biden’s first term, writes...
    More On: meghan mccain Meghan McCain reveals why she quit ‘The View’ ‘View’ staff ‘banned’ from talking to Meghan McCain by exec producer Clay Aiken wishes Kathy Griffin well after Meghan McCain ‘View’ flap ‘The View’ is in no rush to replace Meghan McCain Meghan McCain has dismissed her time at “The View” as “an anthropological experiment at left-wing media.” The 36-year-old conservative pundit told Sean Hannity on his Fox News show Tuesday night that she only ever took the TV gig because late father, Sen. John McCain, “loved the show” and “thought I was up for the job.” “I actually really enjoyed the first year and a half,” she said, calling the daytime ABC News chatshow “a great challenge” on “a huge platform.” But “the more successful I was on ‘The View’ … the worse it got for me backstage, and then ultimately it started spilling out on air,” she said, noting the “toxicity got worse and worse.” “You are targeted if you’re the token conservative,” she said of her ugly on-air clashes with her left-wing co-presenters. Fox played...
    Meghan McCain slammed the left after a “disgusting” bathroom accosting of Democrat Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and argued that the activists “filmed themselves committing a felony.” “Filming someone in a bathroom without consent is a class 5 felony in Arizona,” the former co-host of “The View” tweeted Mondays. “You all just filmed yourselves committing a felony,” she added, along with a retweet of a clip showing Sinema being chased into the bathroom and filmed at Arizona State University. (RELATED: ‘Dragged’: Meghan McCain Blasts ‘Every Single Person In Biden Administration’ Over Fall Of Kabul) Filming someone in a bathroom without consent is a class 5 felony in Arizona. You all just filmed yourselves committing a felony. https://t.co/fjmROQgCu7 — Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) October 4, 2021 The former Fox News host later posted her column for the Daily Mail under the headline, “MEGHAN MCCAIN: The revolting scenes of Sen Sinema being abused in a ladies’ room show that Democrat progressives have become as toxically intolerant as the Trump regime they despised. But they won’t stop Kyrsten standing up for moderate America.” (RELATED: The...
    Meghan McCain torched the progressive activists who creepily harassed Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) over her opposition to the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill being debated in Congress. Sinema made an appearance at Arizona State University on Sunday, during which a group of protesters confronted the Democratic moderate over her stances on immigration reform and the infrastructure bill. The protesters wound up filming themselves as they pursued Sinema into the ladies’ room and shouted at her while she calmly used the facilities. In her latest column for the Daily Mail, McCain condemned the “grotesque” incident as she called it “inhumane, moronic and cruel – not to mention, a felony, under Arizona law.” Her broader point though was that the encounter shows “Democrat progressives have become as toxically intolerant as the Trump regime they despised.” “The Left in this country in many ways has become a mirror version of Trump and Trumpism – the inverse of his mania and toxic divisiveness,” McCain wrote. “The Left does not get to complain about Donald Trump’s character and personality when they sit and remain silent...
    Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" was mocked Friday after it shared a satirical video of comedian Desi Lydic's fake audition to replace former "The View" co-host Meghan McCain. In the video, Lydic is seen giving various opinionated takes, referencing her discussion of her late father Sen. John McCain, and interacting with imaginary co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar. McCain, the show's token conservative for four years, frequently angered liberal media members and viewers with her clashes with the show's left-leaning co-hosts. "Let's talk about an issue that affects real Americans: People being mean to me on Twitter," Lydic said in one of the attempted jokes. The routine was savaged as unfunny and unoriginal. JON STEWART'S NEW SHOW ROASTED BY ROLLING STONE, OTHERS AS ANTIQUATED, ‘NOT VERY FUNNY’ "Unsurprisingly for TDS, there's not a single joke in this -- it's all unimaginative mockery. And that's fine, but jokes make you think, whereas mockery depends on the audience caring about your opinion. And let me tell you -- I don't care. And Meghan *really* doesn't care," wrote journalist Mark Hemingway.  Talk radio...
    Meghan McCain said she doesn’t “miss” her life in New York and time on “The View” “at all” after leaving the hit show in August. “I left New York during the pandemic and I had sort of had an existential crisis when my dad [late Sen. John McCain] died,” the former co-host of the ABC talk show shared with the Daily Mail in a piece published Friday. “I got really scared and I just really started thinking about life and what I wanted and what I said on ‘The View’ was true,” she added, noting how at the time of her departuree she said COVID changed everything and she wanted her and husband Ben Domenech’s daughter to take her first steps where they had a wonderful life and support system in Washington, D.C. (RELATED: ‘I’m Just Going To Rip The Band-Aid Off’: Meghan McCain Announces She’s Leaving ‘The View’) “I just didn’t feel like moving back to New York was the right choice for me,” McCain continued. “And it was a really hard decision, but, I feel really good about it...
    Liberal outlets and social media users exulted Thursday over conservative "The View' co-host Meghan McCain leaving the show. McCain announced she would leave the long-running gabfest at the end of the month, citing a desire to stay in Washington, D.C., with her young family. She frequently sparred with her liberal co-hosts like Joy Behar and Whoopi Golberg and antagonized the left-leaning media industry with her combative approach. "Well, bye", The Daily Beast tagged its headline on McCain's exit. SEVEN OF MEGHAN MCCAIN'S MOST FIERY MOMENTS ON ‘THE VIEW’ The left-wing HuffPost posted eight times she "made eyes roll" upon news of her exit, writing, she "often trended on Twitter for her statements dripping with unearned entitlement." The left-wing A.V Club, like many other self-styled progressive outlets over the years, commented on McCain's changing hairstyles in its celebration of her departure. It also called her racist. "The most interesting thing McCain has ever done during her time on the show was debut an array of interesting hair stylings to distract from the emptiness of her oftentimes racist arguments," Gabrielle Sanchez wrote....
    Meghan McCain went after liberals who have been attacking Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) for his opposition to the For the People Act — comparing “the squad’s” influence on the Democratic Party to Donald Trump’s relationship with the GOP. “I could literally debate the filibuster for this entire show,” McCain told her co-hosts on Monday’s The View, adding that because they were running low on time, she was going to stick to unpacking Manchin’s rocky relationship with his party. “What’s fascinating to me is that Democrats would seem to have rather have a Republican in the Senate in Joe Manchin’s seat than have any moderates,” she said. “In my home state of Arizona, Kyrsten Sinema is also someone who came out and said she wouldn’t vote for the filibuster either.” McCain went on to note that “there’s so many conversations about whether or not Republicans have had to bend the knee to Trump.” “Well, do Democrats have to bend the knee to the squad and everything on the far left?” McCain added. “Because it looks like [Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)] and the squad is dictating who is...
    Sparks flew on Monday's broadcast of "The View" after co-host Meghan McCain compared the "Squad," a far-left group of Democratic congresswomen, to controversial right-wing Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga. McCain responded to co-host Sunny Hostin's claim that Greene is "the face of the Republican Party" when she exclaimed, "If she is the face of the Republicans, then the ‘Squad’ is the face of the Democrats."  The segment began with co-host Whoopi Goldberg asking each of the hosts about Greene's recent comments seemingly equating being forced to wear a mask to Jews being forced to wear a star in Nazi Germany. Goldberg asked McCain why the Republican Party wasn't reprimanding Greene for making those kinds of statements.  ‘THE VIEW’ ERUPTS WHEN JOY BEHAR TELLS MEGHAN MCCAIN SHE ‘DID NOT MISS’ HER DURING MATERNITY LEAVE "I can’t stand Marjorie Taylor Greene. I think she’s a crazy person. I've said that over and over again. But she has been stripped of her committees. She has absolutely no legislative power in Congress whatsoever," McCain said. "Juxtaposed, when Ilhan Omar said that Jewish people had...
    MEGHAN McCain said the "Uncle Tim" racial slurs leveled against Sen. Tim Scott after he said America isn't a racist country while rebutting President Biden's address to Congress yesterday "disgusted" her. Speaking on The View on Thursday, McCain said her "night was ruined" after she saw the phrase trending on Twitter, adding it appears as though "it's okay to be racist towards black men as long as they are Republicans." 5Speaking on The View on Thursday, McCain said slurs leveled against Sen. Tim Scott after he said America isn't a racist country yesterday 'disgusted' herCredit: The View 5Tim Scott is the only black Republican Senator in US CongressCredit: AP The phrase "Uncle Tim" trended for several hours on Twitter on Wednesday, after Scott delivered the GOP's rebuttal to Biden's first presidential address to Congress. In his remarks, Scott noted that while he has experienced racism, "American is not a racist country." He also accused Democrats of using race as a "political weapon" and made the argument that it's just as racist to tell white children they're an "oppressor". "It's...
    "The View" co-host Meghan McCain said Wednesday the "progressive left" will have to "reconcile "the question over whether race, gender, and identity politics take precedent over job qualifications. "[The View] is 25 years old next year. We’ve only had one Asian American host co-host this show. So does that mean that one of us should be leaving at some point because there’s not enough representation?" McCain said. "We're talking about is identity politics more important than the qualifications of a job? And I think that’s a question going forward that the progressive left is going to have to reconcile." McCain praised America as a "meritocracy," but she expressed concern that recent politically charged stories surrounding minority farmers and a Harvard discrimination lawsuit involving Asian-American applicants were examples of a "very slippery slope" for American culture. "We’re going to a place where even if people need money, even if people are qualified to get into Ivy League, race and gender is more important than your skill qualifications, the content of your character," McCain said. "It is not what Martin Luther King preached." SENATE...
    The daughter of late Senator John McCain has ripped into Lincoln Project co-founders John Weaver and Steven Schmidt, claiming her father despised them, as the group is mired in allegations of sexual harassment against Weaver. McCain's criticism comes as Schmidt announced he resigned from the board of the anti-Trump super PAC after he was condemned by former employees for allegedly mishandling the sexual harassment allegations made against Weaver. Weaver and Schmidt became acquainted in 2006 while working on the presidential campaign for Sen. John McCain. 'I've been very hesitant to comment but since my deceased father keeps getting invoked I will say this: John Weaver and Steve Schmidt were so despised by my Dad he made it a point to ban them from his funeral. Since 2008, no McCain would have spit on them if they were on fire,' she tweeted.  Schmidt, McCain's senior campaign strategist, pushed him to select Sarah Palin as his running mate, a choice which both of them later regretted, The New York Times reported. He also worked on campaigns for President George W. Bush and California Governor Arnold...
    Meghan McCain said Friday that first daughter and senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump should tell President Donald Trump to leave office. McCain said on ABC’s “The View” that the Capitol riots were indicative of a Constitutional crisis — a term she said she did not use lightly — and that Republicans and Donald Trump’s family should come together and advise the president to step down. (RELATED: ‘You Are Bastardizing All That I Love’: Meghan McCain Calls For Removal Of ‘Mad King’ Trump) WATCH: McCain, who had called just one day earlier for Trump’s cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove him from office, suggested that resignation or impeachment might be the only viable options. “I think if it isn’t the 25th Amendment, they should impeach immediately,” McCain said, adding, “The problem is the question of his mental state. This is a person who has now incited a violent riot. He is refusing to concede and he’s questioning the legitimacy of our elections and it’s completely historically unprecedented and it’s exactly what Alexander Hamilton warned us about when...
    Meghan McCain criticized political pundit Bill Kristol in a tweet on Monday after he urged conservatives to support Neera Tanden’s potential role in a Biden administration. “Please don’t insult me and say as a serious conservative I should be supporting the head of the hard-left advocacy group Center for American Progress,” McCain tweeted. (RELATED: Biden’s Choice To Lead Budget Office Suggested Libya Should ‘Pay Us Back With Oil Money’) Please don’t insult me and say as a serious conservative I should be supporting the head of the hard-left advocacy group Center for American Progress. Intellectually dishonest and craven on your part Bill. https://t.co/HZ3Eo4u2D8 — Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) November 30, 2020 President-elect Joe Biden will select Tanden, leader of the center-left think tank, the Center for American Progress, as the director of the Office of Management and Budget for his administration, the Wall Street Journal reported. Kristol tweeted support for Tanden on Monday, sparking McCain’s response. “Serious conservatives, responsible moderates, and hard-headed liberals should want a tough-minded OMB head,” Kristol tweeted. “OMB is where Cabinet secretaries’ ill-considered projects go to die, where...
    Meghan McCain has been away from “The View” because of maternity leave, but the new mom tweeted her thoughts on the historic 2020 presidential election between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.  “A razor thin Biden win with a zero legislative mandate and a GOP held majority Senate while Trump made huge gains within both black & Hispanic voting blocks,” McCain tweeted early Wednesday. “Democrats go push forward limping and bleeding with a huge warning about the voters they are repelling from the party.” MEGHAN MCCAIN SAYS HER FATHER LOST WITH DIGNITY, PREDICTS ‘EXTREME POLAR OPPOSITE’ IF TRUMP IS DEFEATED McCain also congratulated U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kelly, whom Fox News has projected to oust Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally in McCain’s home state of Arizona.   “Congratulations Senator @CaptMarkKelly - a well won fight! Looking forward to seeing all you and @kyrstensinema do going forward on Capitol Hill in the spirit of Arizona’s long history of independent, free thinking, politicians,” she wrote.  Throughout the evening McCain retweeted several messages, sometimes criticizing people who suggested Trump would struggle with Hispanic voters. She responded, “Good god,” to a clip of MSNBC’s Joy Reid...
    Monday morning on The View, co-hosts Joy Behar, Sara Haines, and Sunny Hostin each individually admitted that they cried when they heard the news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had passed away. “I did not cry when she died, but I cried when Antonin Scalia died,” Meghan McCain said when it was her turn to speak, going on to highlight the unique nature of the bond between the two ideologically opposed justices. “It’s really a relationship that I hope that all of Americans can look to about being politically on two separate sides and still coming together and having great love and respect for one another.” And yet unlike her left-leaning co-hosts, McCain could not bring herself to criticize Republicans for their blatant “hypocrisy” when it comes to rushing through a replacement for Ginsburg after blocking President Barack Obama’s ability to name a successor for Scalia with almost a year left in his second term. “One of my biggest concerns is, if we have a contested election in 2020 and it’s split even, like there was in 2000,...
    Sara Haines is making a comeback to The View two years after stepping away from the show. But reports at the time suggested that Haines left The View after a falling out with co-host Meghan McCain, who remains a part of the program, setting the stage for a potential conflict. As Variety reports, the 42-year-old acted as a co-host from 2016-2018. Abby Huntsman stepped into the show, but left earlier this year, leaving just Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and McCain hosting the series that usually features five women. Haines has been a guest host on the program a few times over the past few months, leading some to wonder if she would become a more regular figure, particularly since her Good Morning America spinoff, GMA Day, was recently canceled. Meanwhile, McCain is well along in her pregnancy with Ben Domenech’s and her baby, which means she’ll be taking off for maternity leave. But all reports suggest that she’ll be returning once her leave is over, despite calls from some viewers to kick her off of the program. That...
    SARA Haines is set to return to The View as a full-time co-host for season 24 after the recent cancellation of her other show, GMA3: Strahan, Sara and Keke. The 42-year-old first co-hosted the Whoopi Goldberg-led morning talk show a few years ago but left soon after Meghan McCain joined and tension between the two began. 2Sara Haines is coming back to host The View after GMA3 was canceledCredit: Getty Images - Getty Earlier this year, Abby Hunstman departed The View, leaving a chair empty for for an new fifth member. For a while, it’s been just Whoopi, Meghan, Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin, but Sara has come on as a guest co-host on and off over the last few months. With the Good Morning America spinoff she joined after first leaving The View now canceled, Sara is taking back her permanent spot on the show, according to Variety. This panel change comes as pregnant Meghan is readying to give birth to her and her husband Ben Domenech’s first child together and go on maternity leave. 2She and Meghan McCain...
    After Meghan McCain was mocked for exaggerating the damage done to her neighborhood by protesters, Page Six is told the “View” co-host isn’t even in the city. On Tuesday she tweeted, “My neighborhood in Manhattan is eviscerated and looks like a war zone” amid the looting in New York City. Referring to New York’s mayor and governor, respectively, she continued, “DeBlasio [sic] and Cuomo are an utter disgrace.” But comedy writer Kristen Bartlett replied, “Meghan, we live in the same building, and I just walked outside. It’s fine.” Now a source tells us, “She isn’t even in the city! She’s in Virginia at a family home because she wanted to be in a place she could keep guns.” McCain’s personal rep told us “it’s absolutely untrue” that McCain left the city for her guns. After we reached out for comment, McCain tweeted, “I am six months pregnant — a gossip organization is about to run a story of where me and my family are currently. I sent a tweet yesterday based on the news I saw happening in midtown we...
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