Meghan McCain took this sweet sign as confirmation that she had made the right decision to leave ‘The View.’


This Sweet Sign Confirmed Meghan McCain’s Decision to Leave ‘The View’

Meghan McCain has announced that she will leave The View in July 2021.

When she first joined the daytime talk show in 2017, the conservative co-host made headlines for her fiery exchanges with guests and fellow panelists.

McCain discusses her decision to leave the show in her new book “Bad Republican,” and how a memory of her father, Senator John McCain, solidified her decision.

McCain announced to viewers and co-hosts on July 1 that she would be leaving the show at the end of the month.

According to ABC News, she began by saying, “I’m just going to rip the band-aid off.”

“I’m here to tell all of you, my wonderful co-hosts and viewers at home, that this will be my final season here at The View. I’ll be here until the end of July to finish the season with all of you, which I appreciate.”

The former Fox News contributor admitted that making such a significant career change took some time for her.

McCain, however, was ready to embark on a new path after relocating to Washington, DC with her husband, Ben Domenech, and their daughter Liberty.

She admitted, “This was not an easy decision.”

“It took a lot of deliberation, advice, prayer, and discussions with my family and close friends.

… We have such a wonderful life here.

We’re surrounded by my family, his family, friends, and an outpouring of love.

… I just have such a wonderful life here that I didn’t want to leave in the end.”

Meghan McCain, a former cast member of ‘The View,’ was given this icy nickname after joining the show: ‘I Thought It Was Unfair.’

McCain quickly stopped at a new café after forgetting her coffee at home before heading to the studio to announce her departure on the air.

Music from one of her father’s favorite bands was playing in the coffee shop at the time.

She took it as proof that leaving The View was the right decision.

“I heard the ABBA song “Take a Chance on Me” playing really loudly as I walked into the unfamiliar coffee shop on Capitol Hill,” she explained.

“The people working behind the counter were smiling and laughing as they danced to the music.”

My father’s favorite band was ABBA.”

McCain described it as a “sign.”

“I was making the best decision I could.”

McCain had been thinking about her father already…

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