Meghan McCain, the former co-host of ABC’s daytime talk show “The View,” left the show in August 2021 after four seasons of heated discussions and debates with her colleagues. The show’s current panel includes Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Sara Haines, and it continues to be a platform for women to discuss a wide range of topics.
We had the opportunity to speak with Meghan McCain and asked her about her thoughts on the current panel and the show as a whole. Here’s what she had to say.
On the Current Panel
When asked about the current panel, Meghan McCain spoke highly of her former co-hosts. She stated, “I think the show is in great hands with Whoopi, Joy, Sunny, and Sara. They’re all incredibly smart, strong, and talented women who bring their unique perspectives to the table.”
She also mentioned that she still keeps in touch with some of her former co-hosts and supports their opinions on various topics. “I may not always agree with everything they say, but I respect their opinions and their right to express them,” she added.
On the Show’s Impact
Meghan McCain acknowledged the impact that “The View” has had on the media landscape and the conversations it has sparked. “The show has been on the air for over two decades and has played a crucial role in shaping the national conversation on politics, culture, and society,” she said.
She also shared that being a part of the show was a “tremendous opportunity” for her to learn from her co-hosts and engage in meaningful discussions with a diverse group of women.
On Her Future Plans
Since leaving “The View,” Meghan McCain has been focusing on her family and her career. She has a young daughter, Liberty, and has been working on a children’s book.
When asked about her future plans, Meghan McCain stated that she is open to exploring new opportunities but is not in a rush. “I’m taking some time to reflect on what I want to do next and how I can make a positive impact,” she said.
Meghan McCain’s departure from “The View” marked the end of an era, but the show continues to be a platform for women to share their opinions and engage in meaningful discussions. As the show’s current panel, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Sara Haines, continue to hold down the fort, it’s clear that the show remains as relevant and impactful as ever. And as for Meghan McCain, it’s evident that she has a bright future ahead of her, and we can’t wait to see what she does next.