Fox News Channel Alum Abby Huntsman Joins 'The View' for Season 22

Fox News anchor Abby Huntsman is reportedly leaving her post co-hosting "Fox & Friends Weekend" to join the all-female panel of ABC's "The View".

About two weeks after Sara Haines became the latest to pass through The Revolving Door of The View to host the third hour of Good Morning America with Michael Strahan, it appears Abby Huntsman has won the sweepstake to replace her.

Huntsman joins "The View" after several news outlets have sought to burnish their Republican credentials with Donald Trump in the White House and Republicans ascendant in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

She is also the daughter of former Republican presidential candidate Gov. Jon Huntsman (R-Utah), who is now President Trump's U.S. Ambassador to Russian Federation.

Meghan McCain is right now the only conservative co-host - and her disagreements with leftist hosts like Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar often go viral.

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Eventually, after a few brief stints bouncing around networks and various fill-in roles on shows, Huntsman landed at MSNBC for some steady work before bouncing to Fox News Network as a regular corespondent in 2015. Former View host Jedediah Bila was also a contributor at Fox News before joining the ABC show.

She's married and has one daughter. She disliked it so much she considered finding a new dream career path that wasn't in television according to Elle.

"You never know what's going to happen, so I get up at 6 a.m. every morning".

"I don't have words to express my gratitude".

"I really hope that it is a conservative seat, because I think it will balance out that table", Bure said.

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