Former Fox News host and contributor, meghan mccain is reportedly at the final stages of negotiations to join ABC’s The View,” according to CNN. The conservative columnist, who recently left as one of the hosts of Fox’s afternoon program, “Outnumbered,” is expected to take the place of Jedediah Bila, who left the “The View” Monday. There is no official comment from McCain or ABC regarding the report.

On her departure from Fox News, the daughter of former Republican presidential candidate, John McCain, said she was “leaving to focus on other things.”

Conservative voice

Should Meghan McCain eventually become one of the hosts of “The View,” she is expected to be the conservative voice of the program similar to the role former host, Jedediah Bila, assumed in the talk show.

Since Bila’s announcement Monday that she was departing the daytime talk show immediately, ABC moved to find her replacement as soon as possible and the network already has a short list of names who could take Bila’s place, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Meghan McCain could be the conservative voice that ABC is looking for since co-host Candace Cameron Bure left “The View” in 2016.

Trump critic

The former Fox News contributor, however, is known to denounce President Donald Trump and his supporters. She also described herself as a “Republican who is liberal on social issues.”

How McCain would contrast and balance the panel’s political opinions on the show remains to be seen should she eventually end up getting the job.

“The View” is essentially regarded as “liberal-leaning” talk show with co-hosts such as Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar. Critics of the program often deemed the conservative co-host job as just a token presence on the show to give it a semblance of balance.

The Hillary interview

The New York Post meanwhile reported that the real reason Jedediah Bila left “The View” was because “a lot of staff were upset” about the manner she interviewed Hillary Clinton when the former Democratic presidential candidate was a guest on the show.

Clinton appeared on “The View” last week to promote her election memoir, “What Happened.” The former host pointed out to and asked Hillary about the criticisms coming from people within the Democratic Party.

ABC, however, denied the report saying that Bila’s exit has nothing to do with the former First Lady’s interview. The network even praised Bila’s handling of the interview saying that the producers were pleased by it and that the former co-host asked “good questions.”