The network has not officially commented about her future with the show, however.

The View has already lost Rosie O’Donnell-who returned to the show for a second time, but left in February citing personal issues-and Rosie Perez, who recently announced that she wouldn’t be returning for a second season. She did her best to prove that she knew more about the reality TV stars than even her fellow co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie Perez with this quick summary of the family’s history.

Nicolle will likely leave because she doesn’t get along with new co-host Raven-SymonĂ©, 29, a source exclusively told Closer Weekly. The New York Times story announcing her presidential appointment carried the headline: “New Aide Aims to Defrost the Press Room” (January 10, 2005). The latter has reportedly impressed producers as a fill-in host by generating buzz from social media with her strong opinions.

Ratings for this season have been down, and the show has struggled to find a slate of co-hosts that can spark a boost for the show. And “The View” will include a slate of rotating contributors who will sporadically appear on the series. In the running for those part-time gigs are Molly Sims, Sherri Shepherd, stylist Stacy London and Wallace (if she agrees).

There is no word on whether or not she will accept that offer, the site noted.

Is the revolving door at “The View” ever going to end? Another fan said that the show should be cancelled. As many have seen, Nicolle tended to handle controversial and political discussions with a bit more caution than some other conservatives have on the show in the past.

Nicolle Wallace will not be returning to “The View” next season as a daily co-host.