Exiting "Fox & Friends" co-host Abby Huntsman is reportedly headed to "The View."
Mediaite reported this week that the Fox News personality is set to replace Sara Haines on ABC's long-running daytime talk show. Haines is joining "Good Morning America," she announced last week, and Huntsman's final appearance on "Fox & Friends Weekend" will be this weekend.
Huntsman's addition to "The View" would make her the show's second conservative voice on the current lineup, joining fellow former Fox News contributor, Meghan McCain. In addition to Huntsman and McCain, "The View" would be co-hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin.
Page Six seemed to confirm that Huntsman is headed to the ABC show with a subsequent report, citing sources that say that "a deal isn't done," but the show "is very interested in a role for her."
Huntsman is the daughter of Jon Huntsman Jr., who is the United States ambassador to Russia currently serving under President Trump.
Abby made headlines earlier this summer when she referred to the president as a "dictator," and she has appeared on the "The View" in the past as a guest host, as well as the "Today" show.
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