Who are Ana Navarro and Alyssa Farah Griffin? Meet The View’s new co-hosts

Who are the new co-hosts of The View?

Alyssa Farah Griffin and Ana Navarro have been announced as new co-hosts of The View for season 26. Let’s see who the new co-hosts of The View are.

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“’The View’ is a legendary and unrivaled forum for women from all backgrounds to express their points of view. We’ve been courting each other for a while, but it’s official now,” Navarro told ABC News. “I enjoy living in Miami and enjoying my time on the show. I’m glad I can perform both. We appreciate the support from ABC News, The View family and loyal viewers.

Who are the new co-hosts of The View?

Alyssa Farah Griffin and Ana Navarro were introduced as co-moderators of the panel on The View.

The two Republicans were welcomed as co-hosts live on the multi-Emmy Award-winning midday chat show. They join Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines and presenter Whoopi Goldberg as hosts.

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Farah Griffin will take the conservative seat at the Hot Topics table after 29 appearances in season 25. The communications strategist was the only person to ever hold all of these positions, and served as chief spokesperson for the president, vice president, and secretary of defense from 2017-2020. She is also a board member of the American Conservation Coalition and recipient of the Secretary of Homeland Security’s Award for Distinguished Public Service.

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After joining the program as a contributor for season 19 in 2015 and having appeared frequently as a guest co-host on the panel since November 2018, Navarro is now an official co-host.

She is a Republican analyst and political strategist with knowledge of Latin American, Florida and Hispanic issues.

Navarro will continue to commute from her home in Coral Gables, Fla., where she lives with her husband Al Cardenas and their little dog, Chacha, even though the show is in New York City.

What did Farah Griffin say?

Farah Griffin told ABC News: “I couldn’t be more honored and fortunate to join the ladies of The View. “The program paved the way for women to speak up on television.”

“I’m proud to take the conservative stance at a time when our nation is so divided, often along partisan lines,” she concluded. “I want to be an example of what our elected leaders too often don’t do: learn from others, argue civilly, and focus on finding effective solutions for our nation.

How is the second co-host chosen?

The audience was informed that a co-host would be announced Thursday, but viewers were surprised by the additional announcement identifying a second co-host. Six people will now sit on the panel.

Brian Teta, executive producer, spoke to ABC News about the election.

Who is Anna?

Navarro, unlike Griffin, has been a frequent guest on television news shows for almost 20 years.

The Miami Republican has been contributing to The View since 2013, and for the past four seasons she has served as a guest co-host, typically joining the panel once a week.

Now that she’s a permanent co-host, it’s unknown how often she’ll appear on the show, but according to the Daily Mail, she’s signed a multi-year deal with ABC. The agreement allows her to keep her second job as a talking head at CNN.

According to Teta, Ana has had a lasting impact on The View since she first sat down with us. A strong, independent thinker with a sharp mind, she is also incredibly quick witted and funny. She warmly welcomes us as co-hosts.

Who is Alyssa?

A baby born in Los Angeles in 1989, Griffin is the daughter of two journalists. Joseph Farah, her father, was an editor at the Sacramento Union in Northern California before serving as senior news editor at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner.

Her father is of Lebanese and Syrian descent. Joseph founded the far-right conspiracy website WorldNetDaily in 1997. She is known for promoting conspiracies, including questions about President Barack Obama’s citizenship in the United States.

Griffin worked for her father while she was getting her bachelor’s degree in journalism and public policy from Patrick Henry College, and then as a special Washington reporter.

With Alyssa, “we’ve found a fitting and welcome addition to the program,” Teta said. “We promised to take some time to fill the space. Ready to share her distinct political experience, she brings a strong conservative perspective and can hold her own in controversial discussions with co-hosts and guests from both sides of the political spectrum.

What positions did Griffin hold?

Griffin began her journalism career by writing for the World Daily Net. In 2010, she accepted Congressman Tom McClintock’s offer for a media internship and spent a year working as an associate producer on The Laura Ingraham Show.

As spokesperson for the College Republican National Committee during the 2012 presidential election cycle, she lectured on youth voting.

She began as press secretary for Congressman Mark Meadows before rising to director of communications two years later.

She later rose to become communications director for the House Freedom Caucus under Meadows and Jim Jordan.

Griffin was appointed Press Secretary and Special Assistant to the President by Vice President Mike Pence in September 2017.

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