Former hosts of The View Raven- Symoné and Candace Cameron Bure each declare the way in which they have been requested to seem on the speak present didn’t align with their precise experiences.
Throughout a latest episode of The View: Behind the Desk, the ABC Information particular podcast centered on the speak present, and each former co-hosts shared how the present’s political bend difficult their wishes to remain part of it.
Symoné mentioned when she was pitched the chance to affix, she was beneath the impression it could be completely different than what she truly encountered—a present heavy on politics. She likened it to a “catfishing” state of affairs.
“I got catfished,” Symoné mentioned. “I feel like I just got catfished. I thought I was going on a show, like Candace, where it was pop culture and fun and exciting and I got catfished, and I learned a good lesson.”
Bure, who says she just isn’t a political particular person, shares the identical sentiments. She mentioned she was “pitched a completely different direction” than the present truly went to.
“I said, ‘Politics is not, it’s not my bag. I’ve never spoken publicly about politics. I don’t even come from a political family, meaning I didn’t grow up speaking about politics,’” she defined. “So they had told me, ‘We’re going so much lighter,’ a lot more would be evergreen. We want to talk more about family and sex and life, so I was like, ‘Absolutely, 100 percent, I’m on board.’ And then it all changed when Trump entered the race.”
Previously, Bure cited the intensive journey and scheduling conflicts as her cause for leaving. Nevertheless, in the course of the podcast, she added that the emotional stress she endured from being on the present was additionally a cause.
Bure added that she felt like everybody “was respectful for the most part,” however the entire ordeal made her sick to her abdomen, and he or she spent “many mornings” crying earlier than the present. It was the election of Donald Trump that performed a major half in her departure.
“As soon as Donald Trump won that election, I was like, this has got to go because I could not — I did not want to be the punching bag for the next four years in that conservative seat,” Bure defined. “I just didn’t want to. And it wasn’t worth it to me. It wasn’t worth my mental health, which was already suffering, so it was a very easy decision.”
Symoné, however, felt the stress from being the one LGBTQ member on the panel and having to function the only face of that group. “The only reason I really got through a lot of the stuff that I did get through was because of Whoopi [Goldberg] and the producers as well,” she defined. “There is something amazing about behind the scenes of The View that kind of puts the salve over all the BS that’s going on on-camera that made it tolerable to stay as long as we did.”