Megyn Kelly

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Megyn Kelly
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Born November 18, 1970
Champaign, Illinois
Spouse Daniel Kendall (div.)
Douglas Brunt

Megyn Marie Kelly (born November 18, 1970), is a feminist formerly featured by the Fox News Channel until she finally left in early January 2017. She has virtually no experience in journalism and wears ridiculous false eyelashes, and yet accuses others (such as Donald Trump) of supposedly being sexist. She falsely implied that her first husband cheated on her, which he categorically denied, and which he said that she later apologized to him for.[1]

Her show on NBC, "Megyn Kelly Today," was then down by double digits in the ratings compared with the show she replaced. She was forced out because of making a statement liberals considered "racist."[2]

In her interview of Vladimir Putin which aired on June 4, 2017, on her NBC show Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, Ms. Kelly dressed inappropriately, particularly in light of how she accuses others of being sexist.


She insisted that she "was good at" practicing law, "but it didn’t make me happy." With little experience in journalism and virtually no familiarity with the conservative movement, she first became a talking head at Fox News as a daytime anchor on its "America Live" and "America’s Newsroom."[3]

In 2010, she gave an interview to Howard Stern that could be considered more offensive than remarks made by Donald Trump.

Until January 6, 2017, she hosted The Kelly File, and appeared in the December 2010 issue of GQ magazine.[4]

Divorced and remarried, she currently works at NBC News despite having three young children and plenty of money not to work.

Role in the 2016 GOP Debate

In the first GOP 2016 presidential debate, she stridently attacked Donald Trump on issues irrelevant to national policy. Trump responded by observing that Megyn Kelly "is totally overrated and angry. She really bombed tonight" at the debate.[5]

During the debate Megyn Kelly also asked Scott Walker a question biased with a pro-abortion slant:

... Would you really let a mother die rather than have an abortion? And with 83% of the American public in favor of a life exception, are you too out of the mainstream on this issue to win the general election?

Following the debate, Scott Walker explained that "'it’s a false choice' ... the life of the mother vs. life of the child proposition, and pro-life experts agreed.[6]

See also


  2. Duke, Selwyn (October 27, 2018). Does Megyn Kelly’s Firing Reflect Anti-white Racism? The New American. Retrieved October 27, 2018.

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