Nicolle Wallace’s Deadline: White House will expand to two hours and Chuck Todd’s MTP Daily will move to early afternoon as part of MSNBC’s overhaul of its daily lineup.
NEW YORK (AP) — MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace has apologized for falsely saying on her show that President Donald Trump was “talking about exterminating Latinos.” She apologized Tuesday on Twitter for a comment she made on her show the day before. She tweeted that her mistake wasn’t intentional and that she was sorry. Wallace was […]
Five female anchors now deliver most of the daytime news programming at MSNBC: Nicolle Wallace, Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson, Stephanie Ruhle and Katy Tur.
Nicolle Wallace will be signing off from The View for good, after she turned down an offer from ABC to appear on the morning talk show as an occasional contributor in the fall, Variety has learned. She’s expected to say goodbye on one of the final remaining shows before The View’s summer hiatus, which starts next week.
The 43-year-old Republican political commentator and former White House staffer under President George W. Bush will not return as a permanent co-host next season, according to an insider with knowledge. Wallace exits the show just one week after ABC announced that colleague Rosie Perez would also depart.
ABC executives are finalizing a plan to reboot The View next fall, for the second consecutive year, with a flurry of changes that could include the departure of at least one of its regular hosts. While moderator Whoopi Goldberg will remain as the face of the struggling daytime talker, the future of two of her co-hosts, Nicolle Wallace and Rosie Perez, is in doubt.
Actress Rosie Perez and political commentator Nicolle Wallace will fill the vacant seats on The View when the ABC daytime talk show returns for a new season on Sept. 15. They will join Rosie O’Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg as replacements for Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy, who left the program last month.