Conservative voice Jedediah Bila exits 'The View'

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Conservative voice Jedediah Bila exits 'The View'

Jedediah Bila will be leaving "The View", ABC said Monday.

A person with knowledge of the talks told TheWrap that they have been looking for a conservative host to take the place of Candace Cameron Bure, who left the show past year. She was previously a panelist of Fox News' show "Outnumbered", where three female hosts talk with a rotating male guest.

"What you don't know is today is my last day at 'The View, '" Bila revealed after the first commercial break.

Sunny Hostin chimed in, "We rarely agree on anything.but I am honored to call you a friend".

"I want to thank all the viewers, even the ones that write me the hate tweets", Bila continued. "This is what I'm here for, I'm there to shake things up in life and in television".

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The actress explained that part of her departure was because she wanted to focus on her kids- Natasha, 19, Lev, 17, and Maksim, 15 - whom she shares with husband Valeri Bure.

Ms. Bila said she has "some good stuff on the way", including a new book from Harper Collins, set to be released next year, and she's getting married.

She has also been the sole voice on the show pushing back against the widely held Democratic views of the show's other hosts. The co-hosts praised Bila for never making disagreements personal and helping them to understand conservative and libertarian views better. "I appreciate all of you". "You let me say my piece, and that means more to me than anything". "It's been just an unbelievable journey and I appreciate all of you".

Meanwhile, former Fox News host Meghan McCain, a Republican, is reportedly in talks to join "The View".

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