Why Did Jedediah Bila Exit From The Voice? Is It Because of her Clash With Hilary Clinton?

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Why Did Jedediah Bila Exit From The Voice? Is It Because of her Clash With Hilary Clinton?

ABC's "The View" lost one of its panelists yesterday, the 18th of September!

The talk show's lone conservative voice, Jedediah Bila announced that she would be leaving the ABC talker and the Monday morning show would be the last appearance on the show.

Jedediah, 38, who is probably the only right-leaning voice on "The View," disclosed the news of quitting the show with her statement:

“So, this is my last day at 'The View'."

She then thanked her co-hosts, Whoopi Goldberg, Sara Haines, Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin and described them as "friends no matter what."

Precisely, her words were:

"I want to thank you because I'm a little eccentric and you put up with me, and this has been just an amazing journey and I appreciate all of you."

The former host, Jedediah even managed to thank the viewers and most surprisingly, to the ones who tweet her hate tweets. She said:

"And I want to thank the viewers, even the ones that write me the hate tweets. This is what I'm here for. I'm here to shake things up in life and television."

Furthermore, she shared of having a great experience during her tenure on the ABC network and added her admiration to her followers saying she is nothing without them.

“This has been a really great experience and mostly I just want to speak to the viewers and say we are nothing without you.”

Then she added:

“I appreciate the fact that you give me the time of day and a presence to make my voice heard. I hope you’ll join me in all my future endeavors, wherever they are, and I’m excited.”

Well, she also tried to explain the reason for leaving the show and stated that she has some good stuff on the way, which includes a new book from Harper Collins, as it is set to be released next year. 

While her reason doesn't seem to be specific, one of her co-hosts interjected that she's getting married. So, as of now, it doesn't explain that Jedediah's clash with an American politician, Hillary Clinton has anything to do with her exit.

Sources also confirm that The White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci will join the panel as a conservative voice in the show, which will get broadcasted this coming Friday.

The self-proclaimed libertarian, Jedediah joined to become a permanent co-host on "The View" during its 20th season in September 2016. She was previously a Fox News contributor and left the network in August the same year.

Caption: Jedediah during the show "The View."

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CNN also speculate that Meghan McCain, who left Fox News, will join 'The View' as its next conservative voice. The show is indeed in search of a permanent conservative voice ever since Candace Cameron Bure left the program in December last year.

Stay with us for the budding updates on Jedediah Bila and The View!