Been there got the T-Shirt.
Script out the delete for the replication and extract the lines that refer to the view. Drop the view from being replicated. Then you can get the replication going, then add the view into the properties to replicate after replication is going to add it in again.
Personally I have had so much trouble with replicating stored procs and sometimes views that I now take the stand that I will not try to replicate them as they are easily recreatable and change infrequently as long as you keep a copy of the code, why copy them over every time you snapshot it just adds overhead, why not just apply the changes to views and SP's to all publishers and subscribers manually as and when needed.
I think SQL Server tries to validate the views and SP's and if it finds it cannot validate it for some reason it errors. I suppose its posible that the replication for the view is taking place before a table that has changed so it cannot validate the view and gives you this error, that's what was happening in my scenario anyway. If this is so then another solution could be that you could alter the script so that the replication of this view happens at the end, after all the table replication.
Facts are stubborn things, but statistics are more pliable - Mark Twain