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Candace Cameron Bure is leaving “The View,” the co-host revealed on Thursday. She had just returned from hiatus for this morning’s episode.

The ABC chat show’s moderator Whoopi Goldberg threw the floor to Cameron Bure right at the beginning of “Hot Topics.”

“I’m very happy to be back, but … it’s a little bittersweet for me today, because I’m announcing that I will be leaving ‘The View,’” she said. “It wasn’t an easy decision, but before I started ‘The View,’ I had already had my commitments to ‘Fuller House’ and my work with the Hallmark Channel.”

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“Because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows,” Cameron Bure continued. “The commute of going West Coast to East Coast every single week for me has been tough on me and hard for my family, as well.”

“I want to make sure I am able to spend as much time with my children and invest in all the projects that I do to the fullest extent,” she said. “I thank everybody. Whoopi, Joy (Behar), I particularly want to thank you for welcoming me to this table.”

The “Full House” alum went on to thank everyone else by name. They returned the sentiment, and then moved on to “Hot Topics.” Fellow panelist Raven-Symoné also recently announced that she’s departing the late-morning talker for a spinoff of her own nostalgic show.

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  • Candace Cameron Bure, “The View”

    Photographed by Dan MacMedan for TheWrap

    Also Read: Candace Cameron Bure Talks ‘View’ Co-Hosting Gig: I Think It’s Healthy That We Have Different Opinions (Video)

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  • Candace Cameron Bure, “The View”

    Photographed by Dan MacMedan for TheWrap

    Also Read: Candace Cameron Bure Talks ‘View’ Co-Hosting Gig: I Think It’s Healthy That We Have Different Opinions (Video)

    Also Read: Candace Cameron Bure Reveals Why She Can’t Watch ‘The Unauthorized Full House Story’

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  • Candace Cameron Bure, “The View”

    Photographed by Dan MacMedan for TheWrap

    Also Read: Candace Cameron Bure Talks ‘View’ Co-Hosting Gig: I Think It’s Healthy That We Have Different Opinions (Video)

    Also Read: Candace Cameron Bure Reveals Why She Can’t Watch ‘The Unauthorized Full House Story’

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“The View” co-host and “Fuller House” star photographed at TheWrap Studios during interview for her new book “Dancing Through Life”

Candace Cameron Bure, “The View”

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Candace Cameron Bure on juggling priorities

Actress and mother pens new book

After two seasons on ABC’s “The View,” Candace Cameron Bure said her life’s gotten too hectic for her continue on the morning gabfest.

The co-host announced her exit on Thursday’s show, blaming other work commitments and family considerations for her surprise departure.

“I’m very happy to be back, but it’s a little bittersweet for me today because I’m announcing that I’m leaving ‘The View,'” she said. “It wasn’t an easy decision, but before I started ‘The View,’ I already had my commitments to ‘Fuller House’ and my work with the Hallmark Channel.”

“Because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows and the commute of going West Coast to East Coast every single week for me has been tough on me and hard for my family as well and I want to make sure that I am able to spend as much time with my children and invest in all the projects that I do to the fullest extent.”

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Bure, 40, said juggling multiple jobs along with a husband and three children was just too much.

“I tried to be Superwoman, but I’m going to not try anymore,” she said.

“The View” sent FOX411 a statement from Executive Producer Candi Carter, stating: “On behalf of everyone at ‘The View,’ it’s been a pleasure working with Candace, a devoted mother, talented actress, and passionate co-host who never hesitated to speak her mind. We are thrilled for her success with ‘Fuller House’ and her Hallmark movies. She will always be a part of ‘The View’ family and we will gladly welcome her back to the show to support her with all of her endeavors.”

TV pros we talked to said “The View” has been there/done that when it comes to talent upheaval, and one said Bure’s replacement might want to be on the more liberal side (Bure is a conservative Christian) so she can go hard after President Trump.

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“The show has survived all kinds of controversies and talent exoduses, and proven surprisingly durable. If anything, the talent shake-up offers ‘The View’ an opportunity to reposition itself for the future,” Scott Pinsker, a branding and marketing expert, told FOX411. “With Trump in the White House, the show could be far more interesting than what it would’ve been with Hillary Clinton as president. It’s been claimed that Rush Limbaugh is more compelling when the democrats are in power, so it’ll be intriguing to see if ‘The View’ can be revitalized as well.”

Bure joins a long exit line from the long-running show. In October, Raven-Symone gave her walking papers after comedian Michelle Collins left in June. Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Paula Faris, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin and Jedediah Bila remain.

Bure’s final show date was not announced.

This Former Co-Host From ‘The View’ Says She Doesn’t Miss Talking About Politics

The co-hosts of ABC’s daytime talk show The View spend a good deal of time discussing (and arguing about) politics. While many of the seats at the table have featured revolving panelists, one former co-host isn’t lamenting being absent for the political debates on the show.

“The View’s” Whoopi Goldberg, Candace Cameron Bure, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, and Jedediah Bila | Heidi Gutman/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images

Moved to a ‘Fuller House’

Candace Cameron Bure of Full House fame joined the panel on The View in 2015. As one of the show’s few conservative voices, Bure’s presence helped to level the playing field with the program’s liberal co-hosts.

With several opportunities coming her way, including roles in Hallmark movies and the start of the Fuller House, the Netflix reboot of the iconic original ABC series, Bure realized she needed to relinquish her hosting duties on the talk show. “It wasn’t an easy decision, but before I started The View, I had already had my commitments to Fuller House and my work with the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies and Mysteries,” she said in 2016, according to People. “And because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows.”

Bure noted the scheduling demands and time away from her family as reasons for her departure. “The commute of going West Coast to East Coast every single week for me has been tough on me and hard for my family as well,” she said. “And I want to make sure that I’m able to spend at much time with my children and invest in all the projects that I do to the fullest extent… I’ve tried to be Superwoman, and I’m going to not try anymore.”

— The View (@TheView) December 8, 2016

Misses the people, not the politics

Back in May, The New York Times acknowledged the growing political tone of the daytime talk show with their article “How The View Became the Most Important Political TV Show in America.” With the addition of the very outspoken conservative pundit Meghan McCain in 2017 and former Fox News commentator Abby Huntsman, the show has attempted to strike more of a balance between conservative and liberal perspectives.

Even with adding McCain and Huntsman to the panel, the talk show has a strong liberal bent which includes its often left-leaning studio audience. As a former co-host on the show, Bure’s conservative views were often in opposition to the rest of the panel. Recently making an appearance on Tamron Hall, the Fuller House star discussed her time on The View and how she feels the void more for her former colleagues than the topics of conversation.

“I don’t miss it,” she told Hall regarding the discussions on politics, as reported by People. “I miss the people. I’ll be honest, I’m going to hop over after the show and go say ‘hi’ because they all are friends and feel like buddies. But I don’t miss talking about politics every day.”

Bure shared that she prefers focusing on positive projects, such as her Hallmark films and rebooted sitcom. “I want to stay in happy land. I want to be in a bubble where I just want to be kind and respectful and love on people,” Bure said.

Another goodbye

The actress is preparing for yet another farewell. The fifth and final season of Fuller House drops on Friday, where Bure will have to end her run as the beloved character D.J. Tanner.

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“It’s like saying goodbye to my best friend. I have had such an incredible journey with Full House and now Fuller House. I’m so sad that it’s ended, but so happy that it happened. We have had such an incredible fan base for over 30 years,” she said. “I never stopped hearing about Full House or D.J. Tanner wherever I went. Even when I took off and wasn’t working for 10 years to stay home and raise my kids, there was still so much Full House love. We knew that we still had something that fans wanted to see.”

The final season will also feature original cast members Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier. Bure attributed the show’s sustained popularity to the overall message of the show. “I’m so grateful for it… So much love, so much heart, it’s all about family,” she said. “Not necessarily the family that you’re born into, it’s the people you surround yourself with, it’s the people who are there to support you and that’s what this show is all about.”

The final season of Fuller House drops on December 6 on Netflix.

Fuller House star and former host of The View, Candace Cameron Bure, told Fox News she wants The View to acquire another conservative host.

“I really hope that it is a conservative seat because I think it will balance out that table,” she said. “They need more than one conservative so I really hope it’s a conservative.”

Bure spoke about Meghan McCain, who is on the panel currently, and stated that McCain should not be the only one there to balance the table.

Bure, who is a Republican, has not been fully supportive of President Donald Trump. She commented on Trump’s conversation about John Kasich’s eating habits to Fox in April 2016.

“It’s incredibly disappointing,” she said. “And you listen to Donald talk about how unpresidential John is eating, and how unpresidential are you being by pointing that out, Donald? I would like to see some maturity among the candidates and I’m not seeing that.”

Candace Cameron-Bure attends Celebrity Fight Night XXIV on March 10, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona. Bure is a Republican and wants to see another Republican on “The View.” Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Celebrity Fight Night

Bure was unsure who she would vote for in the election. “You know, I’m really looking at everyone this year. I really am,” she said.

She is an active Christian influence on her social media accounts, which resulted in a backlash in 2017. Winner of Season 6 of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, Roy Haylock, or Bianca Del Rio, called Bure a “homophobic Republican” in April 2017. Bure responded in a comment on Instagram.

“Why do you have to be nasty to me? You don’t know me or my heart. I’m not homophobic and always sad when people think otherwise. Loving Jesus doesn’t mean I hate gay people or anyone,” she wrote. “You sent a bunch of hateful people to my page writing horrible things. I hope next time you’ll spread love and kindness, even when you disagree with people. Sending you love and wish you all the best. Truly. – Candace.”

Current hosts of The View include Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Paula Faris and McCain. Haines and Faris will be leaving the show. Bure was on the show from 2015 to 2016, though she split her time between filming The View in New York and Fuller House in Los Angeles.

“It’s definitely less stressful not commuting back and forth every week to ‘The View,'” Bure told Fox News. “I watch it now and then because I am actually at work during the time that it’s on, so sometimes I’ll catch clips on Facebook or something, but I read the news.”

Candace Cameron Bure says ‘The View’ needs another conservative host

LOS ANGELES – From 2015 to 2016, Candace Cameron Bure flew back and forth from California to New York on a weekly basis to join Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar and several others at the semi-circular table on the set of ABC’s “The View.” The “Fuller House” star doesn’t miss her commute one bit, but she does have some thoughts on what she’d like to see change at the talk show in the future.

“It’s definitely less stressful not commuting back and forth every week to ‘The View,’” she told Fox News at Hallmark’s Summer TCA party at a residence in Beverly Hills. “I watch it now and then because I am actually at work during the time that it’s on, so sometimes I’ll catch clips on Facebook or something, but I read the news. I am so happy for Sara that she has her own slot with Michael now on ‘GMA.’ That’s fantastic. And Paula is moving on as well. So I am curious to see who fills that conservative seat.”

Bure noted that Meghan McCain currently serves as the conservative voice on the show, but she thinks the show could use another right-leaning panelist.

“I really hope that it is a conservative seat because I think it will balance out that table,” she advised. “They need more than one conservative so I really hope it’s a conservative.”

Clad in a floral ML Monique Lhuillier dress, Bure posed and smiled alongside her “Fuller House” co-stars Jodie Sweetin and Lori Loughlin, who were also in attendance at the party. At 42, Bure is as fit as she was when “Full House” aired the first time around.

“You just have to take good care of your skin, which I do,” she explained of her age-defying looks. “I wash my face every day; I invest in my skincare; I drink a lot of water; I always put my sunscreen on; I eat well and I exercise, and I get sleep. I think these are the things that keep me young.”

She’s grateful that the revival of her sitcom on Netflix has been well-received by viewers, and by the Television Academy. “Fuller House” is nominated for an Emmy in the category of Children’s Program.

Bure thinks part of the reason the spinoff is working is because viewers want a break from the negativity in the news.

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“There’s so much angst out there, and I think people … once they come home, they want to close their doors, and they just want to be freed from it and just have a moment of just decompressing, relaxing, being less stressed out,” she mused. “That’s where television comes in. You turn to television so when you find a show that’s comforting … And especially if you have a family. That’s the type of show you can watch with the whole family. And I think that’s very much a reason why it’s been successful.”

The series films in Los Angeles, and it’s given the mom of three a chance to spend more time at home with her teenage kids.

“It’s been great,” she said. “I’ve been home the last few months because I’ve been doing ‘Fuller House’ … and I still travel because most of the Hallmark movies I do are out of town; they are not in LA. But it’s definitely less stressful not commuting back and forth every week to ‘The View.’”

When she’s in town, she’s fully focused on her family, though they are busier these days too.

“My daughter is still at home. She’s still singing, doing her thing with … her YouTube channel. And my boys, I have one left in high school now. He’s a junior and my other son graduated, and he will be going off to play hockey this year, so I will have one less child this year at home.”

But the star doesn’t plan to slow down or take a big vacation when she becomes an empty-nester.

“You would think !” she said. “But I am working.”

Most know her for playing the role of D.J. Tanner on the megahit “Full House” TV series which set the stage for a successful acting and writing career. But what some don’t know is that the former ‘Full House’ child star is a passionate Christian and enthusiastic about her faith.

She’s never been shy to talk about her faith, just like her brother Kirk Cameron, who went from child star to evangelist. After years of being an atheist, the Growing Pains actor was born-again at age 17. After this transformation during his run on the popular sitcom, he asked for lines to be removed from his script for his TV character that weren’t in line with his faith. Once the show ended, he let go of mainstream Hollywood and fell in love with evangelism.

“My faith is my basis of who I am. Not only does it affect the choices I make career-wise, but it also affects the things that I want to do,” Bure told The Blaze. She is married to former Russian NHL hockey player Valeri Bore with whom she’s had three children.

Bure has shared that her family had never discussed religion, until they were invited to a church by a friend, and started actively attending church when she was 12.

“When I was growing up, my family wasn’t Christian,” Bure said on her website. “We didn’t talk about God and I didn’t know anything about Him. When I was 12 years old, my parents told us we were going to go to church; a friend had invited us. It was strange to me, and I giggled at the thought of God. But as we continued to go every Sunday, my heart felt warm, and I saw how happy my mom, brother and sister were. I decided that I wanted to feel the same way. It was Jesus Christ that was producing this change in them, so one Sunday morning, I asked Jesus into my heart as my personal Lord and Savior. I was baptized along with some of my family at a later service. I was extremely excited about what I thought was my new Christian life.”

But it wasn’t until her 20s that the Word of God began to truly resonate with her. Her brother, Kirk Cameron gave her a book, Ray Comfort’s “The Way of the Master,” and it was then, she said, that Christianity truly began to make sense.

“After reading a book my brother gave to me….it changed my walk with God forever! It talked about the 10 commandments, and showed me my sin in its true light. You see, when I prayed the ‘Sinner’s Prayer’ that day in church when I was 12, I asked God to forgive my sins. But I didn’t even know what sin was. But, the law showed me my sin.”

“As I went through every commandment, I saw that I’d broken all of them. Then I learned that God was going to judge me by this standard, not the world’s standard. So, while I thought I was a good person compared to other people, I saw that I was a horribly bad person by God’s standard. It was then that I truly recognized and understood my sin and what Jesus did for me. I broke the Law, and Jesus paid my fine,” Bure said.

Bure credits her parents for her moral stability throughout her youth as a child her star. Her parents made sure that she and her brother avoided parties and only went to events sanction by the television network or related to important charities. Those efforts were instrumental in her development and helped her keep on track as a child star.

“For me, I can always just go back to my parents and my faith,” she said. “They did a great job of being very involved. Our lives were never really about the industry,” Bure said. “It was like a broken record with my parents in a good way. That’s why I didn’t do drugs.”

Bure admits that it’s not always easy being a Christian in Hollywood.

“It’s very difficult to be a Christian in Hollywood, although it’s easy to just say no,” Bure said in an interview with Beliefnet. “That’s my choice I can always say no. I have an easy out or an easy answer if I want it to be easy.”

Today, she only takes on roles that are family-friendly.

“They don’t have to necessarily be Christian films, but I want to be in things that I’m comfortable having my children and husband watch. They come first in my life, not the film industry,” Bure said.

Bure gives all credit to God, including her family and marriage. Bure and her husband have had a steady, successful marriage for 22 years and their commitment to each other is stronger than ever. The secret to their longtime love is their faith, Bure said.

“The reality is the glue for us is Jesus,” she revealed to People in a new interview. “It’s the Bible. You know when there are arguments or we’re compromising and in ways, it’s always like, ‘Well, let’s just go back to the Bible.’ It’s the foundation for us. So it’s not about winning or losing. But doing this journey together.”

She is known for not being afraid to share her views on faith and family. She doesn’t use faith for publicity, but as a way to share her passion for Christ with others. Her faith has had an impact on her career both positively and negatively. She said in an interview with the Blaze “I have a really wonderful core audience that has followed me since I was a little girl. They are rooting me on,” she said, noting that her fans know they can trust her work to be family-friendly. “In that way my faith really helps me.”

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At times the only conservative on the show, Cameron undeniably faced pressure; she was, with her patience and love, also an effective witness. She shared her views without pretense or pride on the current president, as well as her reason for withdrawing from the spotlight – at least, temporarily:

“I don’t think any President is going to please everybody. It has never happened and it’s never going to,” she said. “He has to stay on track with what he campaigned about and what his focus was and I think the people that voted for him will be pleased if he can accomplish those things.”

The 41-year-old sister of fellow actor Kirk Cameron intends to turn her focus more to her children, particularly, daughter Natasha, who aspires a musical career:

“I’ve always been supportive of her career and she wants a career in the music industry and I am there every step of the way and will always be there for her. She has a good head on her shoulders/ She knows mama and papa are watching out for her and I think she is aware of a lot of the pitfalls and the dangers, but she also knows all the great things that I have experienced.”

Candace has a personality to match her cherubic face, but her wisdom goes far beyond her appearance. She realizes that life is short and the span of motherhood to the degree that she is now privileged to own is quickly fleeting. Her children are already teenagers:

“I don’t regret leaving at all because my family is the most important part of my life and the commute from LA to New York every week was very difficult so I couldn’t be happier that I get to have that time with them. My kids are teenagers—I only have a few years left with them in the house before they move out so I just want to relish that time with them and having summer vacations is a part of that and creating memories with them.”

Candace is a refreshing breath of air and has maintained her faith in whatever venue or channel she has obtained a platform:

“We can be strong because of the Lord’s strength. We can stand with conviction because of the protection and guidance He offers us. If we don’t hold our lives together with God’s truth, we will never be able to stand firm. If we don’t know what our convictions are before the challenge comes, the world will decide them for us and we are destined to compromise.”

Candace Cameron Bure on one of her ‘hardest days’ at ‘The View’

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Has yeah and you’re directing an episode directing NASA I don’t. Yeah yeah yeah. Challenge in trying to take nothing just go for written be Obama hagel has yet to continue. To have to direct the actors right. I. I got really serious thought yeah commercial and ask. Doesn’t come back at you directed your first step aside and tell us what was yeah and it that I love tale. I think so our friend Candace Cameron were raised kind as the new class of the power living graciously comes out today and you know what job. You’re all gonna get to find out exactly what you saw.