Monday, November 14, 2016

Fox News' Megyn Kelly Says Donald Trump Repeatedly Tried To Curry Favor By Offering Gifts

By Daily Mail., Nov. 13, 2016 

Megyn Kelly says Donald Trump tried to give her gifts, including a free stay at his Florida estate and one of his hotels, in a bid to shape news coverage during the race for the White House.
The Fox News Anchor also insists that she wasn't the only journalist the president-elect tried to influence in the months leading up to his election win. 
In her memoir Settle for More, to be released Tuesday, Kelly says the billionaire real estate mogul routinely tried to curry favor with other reporters and commentators.

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  1. Megyn Kelly wanted to look like a ball buster. It worked for about 5 minutes

  2. Megyn, your hyperbole is showing.
    I would like to see Kelly replaced by Harris Faulkner. Faulkner is equally as quick and witty but lacks the lime lite seeking and grandstanding Kelly is so guilty of.


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