However, The View senior executive producer Hilary Estey McLoughlin said they're "happy to have Meghan" on the show, which is "a very good platform for her".
"In response to sources discontinuance to the 34-year-frail McCain, who's speculated to get something below 1,000,000 greenbacks a year on the extremely-rated daylight hours program, she is emotionally drained, offended, and isolated- 'feeling delight in a caged animal, ' acknowledged one McCain intimate - amid a spate of damaging publicity", the on-line issue reported Wednesday.
According to a new report from The Daily Beast, McCain is apparently at a breaking point with the negative attention and may decide against returning for The View Season 23 this fall.
"She added, "... these stories don't seem to go away".
Just ask Meghan McCain, daughter of the late Arizona senator John McCain.
"It's getting to the point where it's not worth the emotional toll every week", another close source told the Daily Beast. "We're contented to fill Meghan there". "We love having her there".
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Meghan McCain may be ready to move on from The View soon.
"We get along fine", Behar told The Daily Beast. "And I think that what is frustrating for her, on the show, is that she doesn't have that with a lot of people there".
Co-Executive Producer very much so hopes that McCain will come back, telling the Daily Beast: "What is so unbelievable about having Meghan on the show is she literally has inside-knowledge sources, and she grew up in the world of politics, and that has been such an asset to our show". Whatever the case, it's clear ABC wants - and expects - to keep her. We've had big fights over the last couple of years on the air, but basically she's very strong in her position, and I'm very strong in my position, and we fight, we argue. She denied claims that they "hate each other". "I know you're offended".
Sure, Joy Behar has a reputation to uphold, and she likely doesn't want to spark any unwarranted controversies surrounding her relationships with coworkers. The next season of "The View" begins in September.
Stay tuned for more news about The View as it becomes available.