Meghan McCain exits Scene At the end of season 24. With Season 25 on, there’s no full replacement for Republican Pundit yet. However, ABC is inviting guest co-hosts to take a conservative approach and Meghan’s mother, Cindy McCain, made an appearance. During her time on the talk show she gave Meghan’s former co-host an update on what she’s been up to since leaving.
After revealing that Cindy had been nominated for an ambassadorship by President Joe Biden, Whoopi Goldberg cut short the chase and asked her for an update on her former co-host and Baby Liberty.
“They’re amazing, they’re just adorable,” Cindy said. “I was on the bus [grandaughter’s] Last week’s first birthday. “
Scene The cutest picture of Liberty was shown on screen and the co-hosts couldn’t help with an overabundance of cuteness.
“She’s just precious and Meghan is loving being a mom, she’s just suited for it, it’s wonderful,” Cindy said.
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‘The View’ fans support Cindy McCain
Later Scene Cindy shared the clip on the show, voicing support for the Republican star. Many viewers believed that she would be a good addition to the cast and adopted their daughter as well.
“Keep bringing back Cindy! She’s a lovely guest co-host,” said one viewer.
“So happy to see Cindy McCain and her beautiful granddaughter share!!!!!! Thank you, Cindy, for your contribution to our nation,” said one fan.
“Cindy is so delightful compared to her rude angry daughter. I hope they bring her back more often,” commented one YouTube user.
“It’s hard to believe there’s a sensible McCain again,” said another onlooker.
“So, I am not a big fan of Meghan, I prefer her mother Mrs. McCain. I think she would be a good fit for ambassador,” commented another fan.
“It should be one on the McCain show, not the other,” noted another YouTube user.
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It came as a surprise to everyone when in early July 2021, Meghan announced she was leaving the show. She told her fellow co-hosts and the audience that she would get away with Scene At the end of season 24.
“Covid has changed the world for all of us, and it has changed the world for me, the way I look at life, the way I live my life, the way I want my life to look like. The Way Has Changed, “Republican Pundit” said.
In his announcement, McCain said that “it’s a privilege to work with such strong, talented, intelligent, incredible broadcasters.”
“You’re all the most talented woman on television, hands down, and it’s so incredible to be able to do this to you,” she also said.
since leaving SceneMcCain started a column for a tabloid website and is also working with Lifetime on a film where he is to executive produce.
Scene Weekdays airs at 11 a.m. ET and 10 p.m. PT/CT on ABC.