By Doug Kimball
I feel sorry for Megyn Kelly. Beloved on Fox News, she drew criticism from then-candidate Trump for her debate questions (one of Trump’s worst moments – he was vulgar and petty) and then left Fox amid a flurry of sexual harassment allegations that pushed out two powerful men, Bill O’Reilly and Roger Ailes, and forced Fox to pay an alleged $32 million to victims. She was at the peak of popularity on the Fox News network with her own prime-time show but left for NBC.
Hijacked this post from over there because Doug was always a favorite of mine but he is dead wrong here. In light of all the chaos going on in the world, Kelly wasted our time talking about the #metoo agenda.
The Donald was hilarious with his response re: Rosie O’Donnell, but I would have preferred if he’d stopped while he was ahead. But that turned out to be ok; his voters didn’t mind and even a few of us did fuggedaboutit because the question was so inane and not remotely relevant to the critical issues.
I, for one, am grateful Kelly got her just deserves.