Megyn Kelly: 'Absurd' How Many Reporters Are Biased Against Trump

Danny Woods
September 23, 2017

In an interview Wednesday, September 20 on "The Ellen Show", broadcast journalist #Megyn Kelly discussed her departure as a prime-time news anchor on Fox News. She parlayed it into a new gig at NBC, where she has since used her weekly newsmagazine show, Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, to interview political figures, like Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, and politics-adjacent characters, like fake-news maestro and Trump fanboy Alex Jones. "I just don't want him on the show". And she means that he's not only unsafe to her personally, as a gay woman, but that he's a danger to the world. "I just don't think that's what people are looking for", she said. Along with the show, DeGeneres is also known for movies like Finding Nemo and Finding Dory, which will air in India on Star Movies and Star Movies Select HD on October 1.

"I would not say no to the sitting President of the United States".

"I'll be covering subjects that are not political", Kelly said during a recent visit to Orlando.

At Fox News, Kelly was known for her tough questioning and sharp commentary that at times did not fit with conservative orthodoxy.

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Kelly, who earlier in the interview said she left her job at Fox News after 12 years because of Trump, would still be open to having him on. They're going to watch the show and either they're going to feel a connection to me or they won't.

"Bill O'Reilly, of all people, told me when I got cable news primetime that cable news primetime is a snake pit", Kelly said.

She says one person she will never welcome is President Donald Trump.

"That was true in my case, too". This wasn't the life I wanted.

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