Conservative ‘View’ Host Jedediah Bila Announces Her Last Day On The Show

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Jedediah Bila announced Monday that it was “her last day” as one of the co-hosts of ABC’s “The View.”

“So, this is my last day at ‘The View.’ And I want to thank these ladies,” the 38-year-old conservative host told the viewers. ” (RELATED: Behar: ‘Trump Is The Biggest Mistake In Modern History’)



“What you don’t know about us, is these ladies, we’re really friends,” she added while pointing at the other ladies at the table including Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin and Sarah Haines. “Whoopi you are my inspiration. Joy when I need comedic relief, this is where I go. So we are going to be friends no matter what.”

“But I want to thank you, because I am a little eccentric and you guys put up with me,” she continued. “It’s been just an amazing journey and I appreciate all of you. I want to thank the viewers. Even the ones that write me the hate tweets. This is what I am here for. I am here to shake things up in life and television.”

She never explained why she was leaving or if she had been let go and only mentioned that she will be busy with a book that she’s writing with publishing house Harper Collins and that she has a “lot of opportunities to consider now and figure out.”

Bila has been critical of President Donald Trump and his administration. She has also been the sole voice on the show pushing back against the widely held Democratic views of the show’s other hosts. Last week, during Hillary Clinton’s appearance, Bila pointed out that even Democrats were critical of the former secretary of state’s choice to write her book “What Happened.”