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The View’s Alyssa Farah Griffin takes ‘much needed’ family vacation after nasty fight with co-star Sunny Hostin

The View’s Alyssa Farah Griffin takes ‘much needed’ family vacation after nasty fight with co-star Sunny Hostin

THE View personality Alyssa Farah Griffin has stepped away from the morning show to spend time with her loved ones.

Alyssa visited California while New York recovered from the Canadian wildfires that affected The City That Never Sleeps.

The View star Alyssa Farah Griffin shared some pics from her trip to Los Angeles, California, on InstagramABC

Alyssa shared a photo of herself with her husband, Justin Griffin, and their family members in a carousel postInstagram/ alyssafarah

Alyssa’s photos came after she had an on-air fight with co-host Sunny HostinABC

Alyssa’s, 33, recent snaps on her Instagram carousel post captured the grandiose Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

One of the pics showed the lit-up neon Beverly Hills Hotel sign in the middle of tropical and colorful flowers outside of the hotel.

The other photo was of Alyssa, her husband Justin Griffin, 34, and two of their family members standing on the red carpet at the entrance of the hotel.

She captioned the snaps: “Quick LA trip for much needed family time.”

Before Alyssa shared some snaps from California, she placed a couple’s selfie of her and Justin posing side-by-side lovingly on her Instagram Stories on Thursday.

They appeared cozy in their casualwear as they waited for their flight at the airport.

Alyssa revealed where the married lovers were headed in her caption.

“LA [Los Angeles, California] bound with my love,” the TV host wrote.


The View co-anchor’s departure followed her on-air dispute with her fellow co-host Sunny Hostin, 54, on Wednesday’s episode.

The newcomer ripped into Sunny for “disgracing Barbara Walters’ legacy.”

The fight caused the show to go to a commercial.

The women talked about Chris Christie, 60, entering the presidential race and Alyssa supporting Mike Pence, 64, in the 2024 election.

Alyssa is now saying that Pence was a big part in getting the Covid-19 vaccines approved.

Sunny’s point was that she is now going back on her story and defending him and how some of the things Pence said was false.

“There were people who worked for this man, so I won’t make it personal, but they weren’t able to say, ‘you should vote for this man because he did A, B, C, and D,” Sunny said.


She went on to say that what “scared her” was that Alyssa was “incapable of defending a man that she worked for,” but is now supporting him in the race.

“No no no. Why don’t you ask me a question?” conservative host Alyssa defended.

“She did ask you a question,” Joy Behar, 80, chimed in.

“You just accused me of something, so why don’t you let me answer? You’re not going to vote for a Republican ever,” Alyssa said, as Sunny kept her cool and continued talking.

“Sunny likes to make it personal with me,” Alyssa ripped as Sunny kept talking.

“Are you going to give me a chance to answer or…?”

Alyssa put her hands up in disbelief and looked out at the audience as Sunny kept rattling off her points.

During Wednesday’s episode of The View, Alyssa and Sunny got into an argument over Barbara WaltersABC

Alyssa claimed that Sunny was ‘ruining Barbara Walters legacy’ABC

Alyssa left for Los Angeles, California, on Thursday, following Wednesday’s fight

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