Meghan McCain 'to announce resignation from The View TODAY' after clashes with co-stars

MEGHAN McCain is reportedly set to announce her resignation from The View today after clashing with her co-stars.

The host will reportedly give up her four-season stint on the daytime talk show at the end of July.

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The 36-year-old still had two years remaining on her contract.

A source told the Daily Mail that "Meghan will announce her resignation on Thursday's show."

According to the source, McCain's co-hosts, including Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar, "are not yet aware that Meghan has resigned."

"We have tried to keep her, but she is adamant that now is the right time for her to leave," the source said.

"She will finish at the end of July 2021."

Meghan joined the cast of The View in October of 2017, and has stayed for a total of four seasons.

The TV personality has been a leading Republican stance in the media over the last few years, following in the footsteps of her father, the late Senator John McCain.

Despite her longevity on the show, the politician's daughter has been clashing with her co-hosts of late.

Last month, Whoopi Goldberg slammed Meghan for saying President Biden "embarrassed himself" while meeting Russia's Vladimir Putin.

The two ladies got into a heated debate after the Arizona native claimed Biden's turning down of a CNN reporter's question was "100 percent Trumpy."

"The thing that I never saw Trump do was apologize to anybody," Whoopi shot back, leading Meghan to interrupt: "With all due respect, I don't care if he's apologizing, he just embarrassed him."

"I don't care if you don't care, just hear what I'm saying," Whoopi complained while Meghan interjected: "I don't care if you don't care that I don't care."

"Well then good Meghan," the 65-year-old replied, adding: "Then you can be how you always are."

"You'll be how you always are," Meghan finished.

This was not the first time the two hosts have faced conflict, as their differing views have clashed frequently over the past several months.

In May, Meghan "stormed" out of a meeting with ABC executives, saying she felt "attacked."

The network claimed to have been inundated with phone calls suggesting they fire the conservative columnist due to what some believed to be anti-Semitic comments directed at her other co-host Joy Behar.

Meghan married her husband Ben Domenech in 2017 and the couple welcomed their first daughter Liberty in September of 2020.  

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