Abby Huntsman Leaving Fox News to Join The View

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Fox News host, Abby Huntsman, will reportedly follow in Meghan McCain's footsteps and leave the top cable news network to join ABC, Mediaite reported on Thursday.

The long-running daytime talk show features discussions on current events, entertainment, politics, and more.

The hosting line-up for The View now boasts Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, McCain and Huntsman.

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"Abby has lots of fans at ABC and is expected to land at The View", a source told E!

Huntsman's father, Jon Huntsman Jr., serves as U.S. ambassador to Russian Federation under President Donald Trump. She recently slammed the president after his meeting with Putin last month, in which Trump seemed to side with Russian Federation on US election interference. Another name rumored to be toward the top of the list of potential replacements was conservative CNN commentator Ana Navarro, who is no stranger to The View as a guest host.

ABC declined to make executives available for comment.

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About two weeks after Sara Haines left "The View" to co-host the third hour of "Good Morning America" with Michael Strahan, a Fox News Channel spokesperson confirmed Huntsman is leaving the network, according to Deadline Hollywood.

Huntsman, 32, is the daughter of former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr.

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