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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Nbc and i was still reeling you know. Now i'm fine and you know. I have a good perspective on that whole ordeal but make no mistake when it happened. They're very rough night's in a lot of tears shed that not at the loss of nbc. Just at the public humiliation. And everybody's calling you a racist in the paper and your kids got to see this and it's upsetting. You know it's not true. You know it's unfair but like it doesn't do any good to say that no one no the people who love you. They didn't believe in any way. And if people who want to believe it one of lean so you're in an impossible situation but still a net face and marc joseph who directed this movie no safe spaces and produced. It invited me out. I was in la and he said. Why don't you come by. I'll give you screening of so. I went with some other random people. I didn't know and sat there by myself. Like in my little area and there was a scene in there about evergreen college up in the pacific northwest in washington state. And this is where bret weinstein became a household name for a lot of folks where he was a professor who stood up to say. I don't think it's fair. Because what happened was the black students had been having a sick out every year to remind white people. What would it be like without black people voluntary then one year. They said everyone to change it now. You white people to stay home and brett weinstein. A liberal professor at the all are said. I think that's different. It's different where one raises saying to everyone of the other race. Don't come to support me in my 'cause that's it that's really all brett weinstein said like i don't know i'm not sure that's the same is a good idea..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"So do you don't think there'll be any pursuit of the hunter biden stuff that's over. Do you think. I think so. I think so i actually i would like to see a pursued. He's closer to power now than ever has and you know hunter. I've said this about trump. it's true hunter to does not have an adult relationship with the truth or ethics morality or straight financial dealings. And that's a problem. Joe biden better. Keep him nowhere near the white house. We'd better be focused on him. Like a laser. Otherwise gonna get another breweries mydeal going. I actually feel bad in some ways. Very little For hunter because i think he is What's that Hbo show With the family. That's clearly the murdoch's succession succession is clearly much. I mean you can look at the biden family and it's it's seems kind of like that that he's the son who seems to be put through the ringer by a dad. It least according to the emails to between hunter and the family. This is the way he looks at it. That he's kind of carrying the weight and dad you know takes fifty percent of it but i'm keeping this family going Any comment on that. So i i don't see it like that. Succession is amazing. By the way. I can't wait till it comes back at such a show it. Is that the family there is beyond repair. it's so damaging so messed up. Look i interviewed. Joe biden and jill biden. Joe released his book. And i guess it was fall of eighteen. I want to say. And i read his book cover to cover and you read the book and you close the book and you think this is a good man. This is a good man who's been through a lot in his life. And i think his son bo is a good man and was on his was on the rise as a force in politics I think hunter has a drug problem. I think he has a crack. He has a crack cocaine problem. And i don't know about you. But i've had people my family who've had addiction problems and it's it is like having a nuclear bomb. Go off in your. I mean the people who you know and love and trust in no have good hearts will lie and cheat and steal and ruin and reck everything and all you can do feel totally powerless next to them. So i took way i see it. Because he's he raised a good son with you know model behavior any raised another son who's had real struggles and very open drug problems. I don't see that as joe biden is succession type. Dad i see that as He had the misfortune of drugs coming into his family..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"It. Well that'll be the interesting thing glenn because what's happened. Candace owens has been pointing this out and this. This is true as a member of the media. I've seen it too every four years right before election time. They pick a case of a black male being unfairly attacked or or attacked for some reason by police officer. And they try to gin up racial sentiments around it as opposed to not highlighting. The case of tony kimba the white guy who had cops on his neck for sixteen minutes being totally brutal and they didn't care at all about that. I'm not saying that's good. I'm just saying it wasn't a racial issue with tony and a lot of people would argue. Where's the proof that it was a racial issue with. George floyd right like it's a presumption because the cop was white and george was black but they presume that a lot and they really gin adopt in an election year. So there's a real question about whether we're being manipulated and honestly. The media has a huge role in the media. Takes a tape and they roll it over and over and over and over again. And i think the average american has no idea that in two thousand nineteen it the number of black men who were unarmed. Who were killed by police. If you give the washington post its revised number because it revised upward when they realize people were going to look at them is about fifteen depending on which cases. It's about fifteen. That's be charitable to that fifteen. The cops make eleven million arrests year. Eleven million okay and the number of white men who were killed who are who have a weapon and keep in mind. They consider you unarmed if you have a weapon in your glovebox in you're driving your unarmed. According to stats is much higher. But they say okay. We'll black people only comprise thirteen to fourteen percent of the population and there's a higher percentage than net. But you have to look at the crime rate you have to look at the crime rate of black men are usually the ones in this situation. You look at that. You're racist so this is how it goes right. Downward spiral from their facts are still knowable and the media has an obligation to present them with context. Instead of just putting a video on luke to mislead people into thinking like lebron. James said that black men are getting hunted in the streets by police which is alive right so used to be much more charitable towards the media than i am. Now i mean. I saw the same games played at cnn that i saw played at fox. And it's if you like television news it's great. It's like sausage. You don't ever want to see it made because i've seen it from the start to finish and it rarely resembles what it started out as and i used to be. More charitable l. People you know. Everybody has their own kind of viewpoint. And eric kind of you know. They're trying struggling then. I started realizing they're not interested. They're i mean..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

05:52 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"Now. Well I listen to you guys on the editors and I know that you guys are around forty percent. Charles. Drop down a little. I think it's a NBD's down what like forty, five or lower Trying to prove that you're dear listener here but. Lakes back to us. I'm am revealing my bias rich. I'm revealing that you put some people in my head that are gonNA effect my answer. I. Guess I'm a little higher than that a little higher than that because I think even though the the loves to tout these national polls, they're not meaningful. You have to look state to state and I realized trump's not very well and most of those but. I. I cannot believe that. There isn't a strong shy trump vote out there and especially now where people are openly calling everyone who supports them a racist bigot, a transphobic xenophobic, a sexist. It, no one wants to be called that. So I do think that there's a healthy contingent like those suburban women they talk about I know a lot of those women, and if a pulsar called, they would not say trump, you can't even like a tweet right now that in any way defends him or defense any of the issues he's been speaking of people getting fired for doing such things. I think they'd say no what they do in the voting boxes something else. So we'll see I wouldn't count him noticed and in the neck. Neck of the woods where where I am and people have lawn signs that you'll see a fair amount of Biden Harris Lawn size you'll see zero trump lawn signs except for you will see houses with the lawn signs for every other Republican candidate. On the ballot from state to state senator or governor whatever. But obviously, people are worried about actually putting trump signs up, right? It's it's absurd because. Trump clearly has some character issues. It's not like I want my boys to grow up to be just like him and. Stormy Daniels and all the rest of it. That's the not really goal. But? I do think he's been really unfairly maligned on being all the things I just listed. Over, incidents that if it had been Ha- if it had happened with the different politician, never would have draw those conclusions. You know they've decided early on that he's all the ests and then his behavior necessarily gets filed into one of those categories because it confirms a pre existing belief. Yeah. So what do you think about him? I think they're trying to weaken at Bernie's him just to November third. Just, get him to get them over the finish line and then they don't care. It's like just you just stand up and video of Jill Biden pulling him away from the crowd. That's part of it like for the love of God, you've got three weeks to go. And I and then I don't know what they're gonNA do because I don't think they're in love with their vice presidential nominee but. She's better than trump in their view. But I I think Biden he could be charming. He's kind of like trump in that. He can be charming. Trump personally, very charming people are surprised to hear that. magnanimous. If he wants to charm you you will be charmed is he doesn't WanNa charm everyone and Biden. to He. He can be extremely warm personable. it's just I don't know new seventy seven years old and when you listen to him talk over time he did okay at that debate. But over time there's really no question that he's in cognitive decline, which is normal for seventy seven year old but it seems. Pretty noticeable and I worry. I worry about you know he's going to have a lot of responsibility gets this job. So last question. So let's let's say Biden does wins and. Neither of us are predicting now but let's say he does. So what does that do to the the the media? Does. Bounce. Back to quote unquote any level of normality pre trump or is just or as you said earlier as just credibility is is dead and we've passed the event horizon and we're never going back. Once, your credibility is dead and is not coming back that I believe but. Absolutely the media will go back to defending. Joe. Biden. You'll only see him getting criticized on Fox. If you're going to watch television you watch even in print the Washington Post's democracy dies and darkness. The new saying is going to be lateness returns. Light. So I don't have any doubt that what the N. is going to do is run cover for him for the next forty years if he wins and Fox will be a lot less defensive of the president than they were during. The trump years and the media is GonNa do was GonNa do you you can't trust them. They're they're all about spin and frankly they're all about their bottom line. That's the truth having worked at ABC NBC and Fox would they really want to do is make money it's not about some public service of bringing you the truth. and that's why I feel like the the future is people finding individual people who they trust who they trust for information and one of the reasons not to stroke your show too much. But one of the reasons why I like the editors is you got people who are. There like open minded to trump, they're not in love with them. They're open minded to him and they can. They can judge his successes and failures. Honestly. They can see him honestly without rose colored glasses and without demonizing everything he does and that's how I feel I. Feel like I can see him honestly I can report on him honestly, which is a rare thing in today's Day and age..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

07:37 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"Traditional media is dead when it comes to credibility, there's there's no one left to root for. And people know it. They can tell you might have your favorite channel but you know that they're just giving you the spin you wanna hear there's it's very hard to find facts now in I've had the advantage of looking at this as a consumer over the past couple of years as opposed to a newswoman and. I've been so frustrated because there's I'll watch Brett Baer I, think his hours fair and outside of Brett I. Know I'm just getting spin I'm getting getting spun along as I watch virtually every other program and what I do now is I go to real clear politics dot com every morning and I read editorials from the right and the left, and if you put them over one, another facts begin to emerge The truth begins to emerge. Yeah. I would never sit and watch an hour of Rachel Maddow I mean never because she's out in conspiracy fantasy land and I- Hannity, you know what you're going to get with Hannity one hundred percents spin is you make what that but that's just GonNa. Get you never ever going to hear criticism of Hannity of trump on Hannity. So what is the truth? If you want to know the truth you really have to work for it which is one of the reasons why I launched this podcast. Yeah it's. It's. It's completely true I mean my I take us as a matter of faith in anything. We hear trump's say ourselves or see on twitter. Okay. He said that he did it but anything else. Then you reporting about the ministration reporting about the the the policy there some chance it's wrong or distorted not all of it is you know sometimes it's legit and and their nailed on stuff but it's like the the old cliche about advertising budgets you know, I wasting fifty percent of your advertising budget I just don't know which half and I think that's how I. Approach a lot of the media coverage now, and you don't know unless as you say you you. Dive into it and make a concerted effort to get the bottom of it yourself. Well, virtually every story that is bad for trump. You cannot trust the media on the salivate over trying to hurt him. And you can't trust him on those stories either because it does not have an adult relationship with the truth right? So you're you're just sitting home that's why covert has been so frustrating because. You want real information. You want know like how how dangerous is it? How bad is it? How long do we have to wear these masks? What about hydroxy chloroquine like what am I supposed to believe? Yeah. People have really struggled and I resent it. I resent the media's complete surrender to their own bias as we do need the press and we don't have him. So you struck out on your own and a couple of different ways. So you have your own production company YEP Right and posting interviews to Youtube and you've started a podcast. So what what is your? What's your thinking about? behind these various initiatives. It was a couple of reasons I wanted to go someplace where I could say what I want to say and not have to censor myself. Whether it's about trump or the these woke skull who are trying to crack down on everybody about the way they talk in the way in the way they act. I'm sick of them sick of people shih-ming one another over nothing. And I can't stand how you can't take on these issues. Any real or meaningful way on television because you're going to lose your advertisers they're gonNa Boycott you your your bosses too scared to let you say anything. So I, think that digital media is the future where you can control your own space and if people subscribe to my show and download my podcasts is because they want to be there they they wanna hear me cover the news the way I cover the news and you don't like it. You don't have to do it. So I'm very happy to be in a space where. I can talk about black lives matter very openly and what the actual facts are about police shootings. I can do the same with respect to the Trans Issues you name it I can do it and trump for that matter. I think people are ready to hear straight talk on all of those issues and more and to have it be fearless. In a and that's what I'm thinking that that people will come because they want they want more of that. Sort of the the equivalent in the print world you have folks kind of splintering off and starting in newsletters on sub stack or Andrew Sell. Then going back and. Starting what would effectively as his blog again, but going places where they can't be cancelled or censored or at least as much harder to do that. Yeah. No I see myself a bit like. Taibbi and Andrew Sullivan and. Glenn Greenwald and even Berry waste who's GonNa land. Well, I'm sure after leaving the New York Times. I see myself in that same lane. Perfectly fit at the existing media outlets and I don't need to I, have an audience out there and the that I've already connected with and I know they'll come I, you know I have to build. It's GonNa take a while but I know they'll be there I know my connection with them is in was real I know it. And I don't I don't need Roger Ailes are Fox News, to make it happen I certainly don't need NBC and Andy. Lack. I'm just GONNA go directly out there, and even if I have to listeners rich great than than the week after I'll have ten build slowly. So is there A rhythm to the youtube or do them just when when you have something. Something good or how's how's that work? Well, I started my youtube channel before I launched my podcast as a way of doing the interviews I, was interested in doing while I was off. And it was great I enjoyed that that's where my Tara Reid interview is and that Tara Reid interview says got about a million hits on Youtube but the clips that have been taken from it is we have a metric that can see all the places the clips were used was seen by more people than watch sixty minutes on any given night it went. Everywhere, so you really can have access to they packaged it on the today show there was a morning we're Andrea Mitchell got up got dressed, put her makeup on and went on the today show and and did a report on my interview and had happened on all the other networks. So it it can be a powerful tool for getting an interview out there. If I had Tara Reid come to meet today and you know we were in that boat that we were in then I'd probably do both video and podcast in one just I didn't have a podcast then anyway. So anything visual I think youtube is good for and. At some point, we may add visual element to the podcast too. So, what what's called? The Megan Kelly show Okay. Clever. Easy mad does not want to have to work for it. And how often are you can do that? Right. Now we're doing it three times a week. Or three or four depends on the news cycle. And you know we'll see like that may not be enough for me because I like to work I'm a worker it's not that I want to be home one hundred percent with my children. You can you can over correct So. We'll see right now it's three times a week. So. Let's as as promise get a little political punditry and before you go. So what do you rate trump's? Odd Sue the polling. Hasn't looked good last week.

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

05:51 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"NBC They'd see I was the same person ever was I defended trump many times. When he was attacked by some of my colleagues during the state of the Union. The cavenaugh hearings I, one hundred percent was condemning what what the or what the Democrats were doing to him. All of the alleged victims, I knew their stories forward and back and I would correct the anchors when they would misstate the facts and how many sexual assault allegations there were against. Brecca, have enough so and so forth. But that doesn't win you any fans with the left wing and the right wing isn't really watching. No I don't think there's going there for their news. So look it was not a good fit and that's my fault I should've thought that through more I. You know rich I was looking around I needed to leave Fox there was no question in my mind I had to go. Now because of its editorial but because of my life. I had at the time. My kids were seven, five and three. I wasn't seeing them Monday through Friday. It was awful and my and my little Guy Thatcher I hadn't seen him Monday through Friday from nine weeks old because that's when I went. That's when we launched the Kelly file. And it was so crushing crushing I was in tears all the time listening. My husband tells me the stories at night. We'd go to bed if a sick kid came in, they'd go to Doug side not mine. Yeah, little things like that. To Work No, it isn't I don't care who says that's sexist I don't care. And and on top of it, my work environment was terrible. The Cable News is a snake pit especially primetime and I was loathed by some people internally because the Roger thing trump was still causing trouble my life I had armed security guards following me around all day because. psychos were coming out of the woodwork to threaten me and my family had to go to Disneyworld with an armed guard. All all this. It was. Like why am I doing this? There's no amount of money that is worth this I have no joy. I remember saying to to Doug and might also my friends if I signed another deal here I'm going to get cancer. I I've got to go and when looking for an off ramp all he really wanted with someplace I could still do the news and raise my family. And I looked around, it was like and I'm not going to go to CNN that was clear. ABC didn't really want to go to like be the junior anchor on good morning. America just whatever. So I'm looking around thinking I'm not sure but NBC's I care. You can have your own show and you can do a newsletter Sunday night show and you can be home by one o'clock in the afternoon done. I didn't spend enough time thinking about fit. So I'm I'm grateful I got out. I'm grateful I the off ramp for me and grateful for the people I met. There are a lot of great people work inside that building, not all of them and. I was certainly a learning experience. I'll tell you that. So let's let's let's broaden out us So first of all metoo movement, you consider it a success something in between. How do you rate how it's changed things? I have mixed feelings on it. I think it's very good that people like the guys I named before were dethroned. The world is better off women are better off not having guys like that in the positions they were in. So I applaud that piece of it, I think it got weaponized against people like Brad Kavanagh. And that completely gutted. Gutted when people were holding up signs believe all women at at the Cavanaugh hearing. I felt like it was over that was the end of me too because they politicized it no one in their right mind believes we should believe all women women are humans and capable of lying. Hello Julie Sweat Neck Hello, Duke Lacrosse, and. They completely reverse themselves when our re came forward against Joe Biden I didn't hear anybody saying believe all women then and in fact, Joe? Biden himself had said believe all women and did a one eighty. So please spare me and the other the other thing that I objected to was People started. It's sort of morphed from. Don't don't grab women at the office don't condition. Promotions on sexual favors don't lace every conversation with a woman who works for you with sexual innuendo that kind of thing into. It somehow abusive to ask somebody to work on Saturday he just. morphed into this thing where people felt. Any any criticism at work was somehow both being and oppressive and. I can't break that I just think that's absurd. Men are afraid to. Pay You any sort of a compliment to hold the door open for you. It's ridiculous and on top of that rich. I worried that it's gone so far that now men who are at the top and they still are at the top they controlled mostly corporate America. They're scared. They don't WanNa hire a woman in the C. Suite offices because one allegation can ruin a brilliant thirty year career. And you may not like it but that's the truth and so it's not that I wish the me too movement didn't happen but there have been real consequences to it not all of which are good. And how the media environment generally I mean, we have this bizarre situation where we obviously haven't unreliable narrator in in the White House you know, we see examples that almost every day but then we we have a media that just very often is hysterical and over the top than unreliable itself..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

09:27 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"So so how did you experience movies flattering or is it a painful to see yourself depicted or How did you feel about it? Yeah painful is a good word I. Cried I cried a lot every time they put my quote unquote children on the air on the screen I. mean immediate tears. because. They did go through a lot too and Hanauer just you get reminded of they experienced some bad things in the wake of trump. So it's just you know I was watching it thinking there's a reason I repressed all of this. Like I did not wish to walk through all of this again and yet there it is right in front of you. And it just brought back such a painful time so much went on you know I it was that question that trump in all the fallout. then. Right. On the heels of that was the Roger ailes stuff. and. It's just the part of the movie that really upset me with me with respect to my story was. They had the one of the main characters, very young woman turn on me and blame her harassment on me saying, why don't you smart? Margaret. The Margaret Margaret Detour after saying why didn't you speak up earlier? Didn't you think about the rest of us and they had the fake Michel is there and say. How do you think you'd get to the top of Fox News snowflake like You're in the newsroom, the character in the newsroom you SORTA stop that your character stops off right. So one hundred said false and and I've only ever stood up for women. I've never treated a woman like that and also no one ever blamed their harassment on me and. That's not what happened in the me too movement a look at all the women who came before Ashley Judd and rose McGowan in Harvey Weinstein's case. Did they blame Ashley and rose? It's just not the way it works. It's like there I know that the Fox News situation preceded the me too movement by a year. There was no metoo movement when that when that right down. So anyway, I found that kind of retaining but find overall I thought the movie was a force for good shine a light on a tough issue and I'm glad it's done now I I had nothing to do with it. I don't really want anything to do with it. Yeah. So so let let me make you relive more of it Megan. During trump aspect. So so did the trump you believe trump had a heads up about that question or a heads up that you're going to? Come after him. No I don't I know a lot of people think he was given the question he wasn't and I think it was Jane Mayer of the new. Yorker whose who reported that he might have known and I think she's taken that back. Or at least I happen to know she now knows it's not true that that piece of reporting didn't hold up. And I don't believe he was giving the question because let me tell you the only person who would have given the question if that. Was Roger and Roger didn't have the question. He did not have it only. I had it and I guarded it with my life. And the only other people who knew it were Brett and Chris, and Bill Salmon who runs the DC bureau in our debate team but he didn't have it written down so. The most he could have known that I was GONNA ask a tough question on women. That's the most he could have possibly known. And I had heard that that he knew I was GONNA ask him a tough question on women and I remember thinking how does he know that but there's zero chance. He actually knew the question. As you know, the the specifics of the question were, what made the question the question? Yeah. So there are many moments along the way when why should realize what was going on with trump and how powerful phenomenon was but one just at the outset as a you know after that whole Brouhaha, he can't Attack Megan Kelly Not Meghan Kelly you can't say that about her and of course you know he could he could do it and say it's a about a lot of other people to yeah well I mean look I think the reason what happened with me and trump the reason it stood out is because it was sustained and I was the first and Now he's at war with everyone. So no one really gives a damn when he goes after Jim Acosta's Jim Acosta's out there attacking trump every day on fairly. So. No one cares in my case, I have been very fair in covering trump and that question was tough. But if you look back at that first round of the debate questions, they were awesome. Inveigh were tough for everyone I mean I I gave an a plus Ben Carson and so on. Electric debate it was amazing. I challenge anyone to show me a presidential debate that was better than that one. It was electric and it and it raided through the roof and it was tough. It was compelling. Those guys handled it and trump handled me just finding that question just fine and really gave us a preview of what was to come know. Whatever we got into. This is who I am. Fine. That's that's what I was looking at. Find out how you going to handle this attack 'cause it's coming it's coming and it did come. So you, you had this. Experience of of dealing with a wave of Kinda pro-trump sentiment and I think there was there is this. Weird and Consequential period where there is kind of effectively as far as I could tell struggle over control of Fox between Donald Trump and rodrigues. Do you think that's writer that goes too far? Well trump then, and now wanted to control his media coverage and he felt there were too many quote unquote never-trumpers on Fox News before there were never trumpers but he just thought it was too critical of him. He wanted all the straight news journalists to be fawning in their coverage of him, which did not that he doesn't understand how journalism works that he just objects to it wants. To be biased towards him. And I. Think. Roger was scared of losing the Breitbart wing of the Republican Party trump's diehard loyalists. He didn't want. He wanted I always say I call them National Review Republicans he wanted National Review Republicans to stay with him but he didn't WanNa lose the Breitbart wing. And? Over time he figured out how to do that but it was very hard for him. He was he was worried. Yeah. Well, there's there's also there's never been anyone All politicians care about what said about them and their coverage that there's never been anyone who's cared so much. About than trump and and trump also just knows and cares about TV more than than anyone else someone who is doing a guest hosting gig on Fox during the campaign told me a story where he was guest hosting had trump on. He asked a question that was uncomfortable with trump on the trump for trump that he kind of fumbled it and trump on the way out the building called the control room and complained during the break the guy in the control room got. into. This this guy's ear and said, you know Mr Trump called and said to do that to again. So maybe has no power to hurt you but makes you think, right so you always wants to make people think and then just just in terms of his obsession with TV and particularly Fox someone told me there was remember that when the Anthonys Roth. The time of the Anthony SCARAMUCCI knelt down there was this dinner at the white. House with bill shine and Kimberly. Guilfoil was there a couple others and my my understanding was that the first thing that trump said to kimberly go for when she walked into the room is, Oh, you guys are getting moved back to five o'clock. You know this is one of the five was in primetime briefly as I she had heard of it right at the President United States knew more about Fox programming than a a the boxed talented. It might have been his call at point who knows. He's listen. You can say a lot of bad things about trump, but one of them is not that he didn't. Understand TV. Yeah No doubt so so You you end up at NBC and I I don't want to invite self pity on on your part but a others say those so weird as now insider watching how Just, everyone turned on you immediately it soon to me it seemed like a high school mean girls situation where everyone was rooting against you can vested in your failure in desperately wanting. Quote unquote fail both on the left and the right in the in between. It's just it was a bizarre episode in our culture. While I'll say this it was. Very painful year and a half. That's all I was really on the air with NBC for. It was it was really hard for me. Personally. I. It was the Least Happy Time in my adult life. And I think for some people on the right they thought somehow I had sold out that I was no longer going to be fair and balanced that I somehow wanted to go. Take shots at trump every day and. My earlier reporting so on and the left well, they never they never embraced me because I was from Fox News not normal left. I. Think the centre-left was open minded but you know the committed left was no Fox News and a story. And if people had actually watched me on..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

02:06 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"Yep Is it how how accurate is it? Well I, mean in terms of my own personal story. Largely accurate. Largely accurate I. Think clearly, they cribbed from my book settled for more which is okay but I wasn't with my permission. But. I. Think. The caricatures of Fox are off this is made by left wing Hollywood people. So of course, Fox News has got to be a boogeyman and they enjoyed making Roger Ailes boogeyman which was bull. He wasn't a boogeyman he was doing awful things in this one lane. And Lear we can talk about that. But outside of that, he treated everyone well and they didn't capture that. They just tried to make them look like a monster so and that was somewhat disturbing. Better, if they had layered in more of his complexity, they tried they tried. Yeah well. Also besides the episodes of personal warrant and standing by people that they mentioned also like huge advocate for the network and a huge fighter you know I know someone who's working in the newsroom when he used to come down and give us pep talks updates about Fox and you know he's he was treated like Winston. Churchill. Churchill Cable News which way was I? Guess he had to stop doing it because people would began leaking what he said, but he was a just an enormous figure. He was. He was funny. He was self deprecating he was inspirational and he would make you feel like you were part of an important team doing something important for America, he was a patriot. So, he was very motivational in that way and I remember just one moment of humor. It was shortly after nine eleven I joined Fox News in two, thousand and four. So it wasn't that long after and everybody was given an emergency pack. It was like a fanny pack that you're supposed to keep in your office with emergency supplies and Roger was telling us that he had these distributed to everybody in. He said in there you know you'll. You'll find a mask and you'll find a small flashlight you'll find. A little tylenol and he said in the event of a terrorist attack, you should take those pills and kiss. Your ass goodbye..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

06:51 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"Presidential Debate. CARE. I didn't care gives a damn. It's like freaking Halloween. But Anyway my point is he didn't offend me but I started to feel uncomfortable when it got. sexier. You know he he said he wanted to see me in in my sexy bras and started just lacing some innuendo. He talked about a very famous news anchor and said, she was smart. She slept her way to the top. And then a moment later told me I should be more like her. So you didn't have to be a genius to put two and two together and and it culminated actually trying to make out with me in his office. It was all very jarring very jarring because I was doing. Well, I was covering the Duke Lacrosse case career was on track and I knew I was. So this is prior to you having any show. Oh. Yeah. Well, prior to that I was I was the baby at Fox. I was a cub reporter. I had no power still sharing an office in the DC bureau with Major Garrett, and I would come back from these New York trips and tell major like my God. You're not gonNA, believe this and he was exasperated he didn't know how to help me. But he was my witness. You'd see my phone light up because you can see the name of the person calling and it would be Roger Ailes Roger Ailes Roger. And then you know I did I did tell a supervisor. Who you know did not handle it but. It went away. So maybe he did handle it maybe he did hand handling this moment I don't know if you've ever said anything, but he told me to avoid Roger I avoided Roger for good I don't know eight months, and by the time we reunited he he moved on and I always just chalked it up to the guys looking to have an affair. This is not the first man who's looking to have an affair with with me. It's like he took a shot what's going on in his marriage is between Roger and his wife I'm not interested but thanks for the offer right and I think that was my own Hubris. Just. Think it was all about me. And it wasn't until much later that I met Janice Dean. She told me her story and we both starting to look now for other. People on the Planet Janice. Dean. If if you don't get along with Janice Dean, it's you. Rest, assured your the problem. So, we became close in had a ridiculous story with him. You should read her book mostly sunny if you want to hear it. and. We just sort of started to keep our eyes and ears open to see if there was something else and there wasn't. There wasn't in fact, there was a woman she shared an office with who came back. This is the closest we ever came to finding somebody. She came back from his office in Tears and Janice asked her what was wrong and she wouldn't tell her and J. D. called me she said. Know I think it happened. She's in tears I was like you got to go back. You gotta ask her whether anything happened. So she did and the woman swore nothing had happened. It was about something else well, of course when everything broke about all the women we were like about one hundred percent happened her. That's what it was about. She told me she called me up and I thought this is it. This is a moment she's GonNa tell me something did happen and I asked her all those years ago did something happen and the answer was no. You never know. Life is complicated then yeah. So. So then so so there's Gretchen lawsuit and that breaks the dam but there, but there's a lot of internal dissension and loyalties back and forth. Back Roger Not, etc.. Well. We all loved him. Even I loved him he. He was such a magnanimous guy. He was extremely generous. He would help. Producers lower level producers. At Fox who developed cancer he would he would pay for the treatments he. I remember Greg Jarrett had very bad alcohol problem and got embarrassed publicly on the air most boss would have sent him away to treatment and never seen him. Again Roger, did get him in treatment and brought him right back. Put Him on the air. Helped him come back. There's a reason people felt so loyal to him and and. To a person said, he was the best boss they ever had. and. I DIDN'T WANNA turn on him I. Didn't I didn't want to tell that story. I didn't want to be involved. I. Didn't particularly care for Gretchen and I certainly didn't want to side with her over him. But I. Knew What had happened to me and I knew what had happened to Janice. and. She was twisting in the wind and all I wanted an investigative, Gretchen or Gretchen. was twisting in the Wind no-one no-one came forward to say. Me To. And The thing that really pushed me over the edge was someone very close to Roger made the mistake of telling me that they felt they had had they had succeeded in getting the investigation in him into him limited to only the very small circle that worked with Gretchen. And that I knew that wouldn't include talent or any of you know not me not Janice or else and the people who were getting harassed by him. We weren't all talent, but now I know many many talent were in there because that's who we called in there all the time. So, wouldn't it wouldn't catch us? In the circle. So the. The move was. Just a call Lachlan Murdoch, and tell him what had happened to me all those years ago and to tell him I didn't know whether it was a serious problem. I didn't know whether anything happened to Gretchen, but they needed to do a full and fair investigation. And they did. And then and then you get get everything's. Coming out. Yeah I mean it was hard news hard for me for Janice. I lost a lot of friends at Fox. To this day I I have a lot of people who won't speak to me there because. They feel like I stuck a knife in him and in a way I did but. I still think it was the right thing to do I. You know even at even at the moment. He went down. He was still physically. darkly harassing a very young person at Fox who I know. And He on his way out the door he he was afraid she was going to talk on his way out the door. He called her to tell her he got her a ten thousand dollar raise. Shut her out. So it's hard for me to to look around and say. I. Did the wrong thing. I did the right thing, but it was not without cost. So, have you seen the movie bombshell?.

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

05:59 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"Will. You have to be super focused. You have to be focused like a laser and you have to be quick. I generally I don't like lawyers as guests on television because they try to couch everything, they never wanted to be nailed down in a position. So they give you forty five words what what could be set in five and that doesn't work. So I was used to step on those people and try to sum it up for them. So we could move onto the next point in somebody wants to give you like a list of five things. It's like, no, no that doesn't work here but somebody wants to give you a quick head of three things and they can do it fast that works. So you just over time you see yourself struggling you see yourself take a risk you shouldn't have taken. You know like anything it's practice and the more you do the better you get. So, let's let's talk about I think people know about your at Fox. They know about what happened at Fox delve into it. A little bit more. You mentioned your Roger one looking at tapes with the sound off and I remember Roger saying you need to you know project through the screen, fuck a Roger obviously a mix of incredible. Genius, and a hugely entertaining person with this enormous. Failing and an an abused, his power hideous ways. My feelings about Roger are complicated and we had a very complicated relationship. You know we we started off purely boss and employee and I was very deferential to him and a little afraid of him. He he really was television genius. He more than any executive out there anywhere understood how to program great television and I really look at it. I was saying this the other day and I really believe this look at the primetime lineup of Fox News at least when I was there there you had me I went to Syracuse. You had Riley who think went to marist say went to Harvard but he went to the fake Harvard he didn't go to real. You Hannity who didn't go to college and the reason he programmed you Bret Baier who went to some middle of the road school. The reason he liked that he wasn't looking for the Yale graduate he wanted people who could speak to real quote real Americans. Rely over country and not try to speak down to them with the glasses at the end of the nose in the use of. Multi Salah words, and I always thought that perhaps the fact that I went to Albany and then Albany law school in Syracuse Undergrad would be you know something they wouldn't necessarily love but it was exactly the opposite and he's right. It does penetrate the Lens and it's the same thing as when you're selecting lawyers, you take the people who were number one in their class and you put them in the issues and appeals department the Super Smart People who write briefs for the Courts of Appeal and Supreme Court, and when you're looking for a trial lawyer, you you pick the C. student because that's somebody who you can put in front of people and they know how to talk to people. One of the back in the heyday just one of the things always astonished me as I I never quite realized well I. Guess how how should I put it I don't I'm not sure anyone would have looked bill O'Reilly like walking into a room and say, there's a TV star know that guy. He has it and it's going to be the biggest thing for some period of time but Roger. Roger realize that. Bill is another one For whom I have no remaining love. I. Need to make that their. Relationship definitely took a turn, but but that doesn't take anything away from his ability as a broadcaster. He he actually is very smart and he's a great great television guy he he did that whole show he wrote the whole show. He would dictate it out loud on his way into work. He was very hands on he knew what the people wanted to hear I to this day. Miss the Bill O'Reilly talking points I realize he's got. Another presence I don't really feel drawn to it but. Bill bill found a way to get right to quote the folks Right East to calm the folks and he's I'm a simple man and in a way he was but he also had a sophistication that allowed him to take really difficult subject matter and get right down to the point and bring it home each night and I think that's why he did he did so well, I mean he's one of those people who. On Camera. He was great and off camera doing nobody liked bell. Yeah. So so did did. To what extent did people know quote unquote about. Roger. So I, I had no idea. You know I I wasn't a big Fox insider a make a point every when I was a commentator there every six months or so just to go sit down with them 'cause he's hugely entertaining. And and and just here. But I never witnessed anything inappropriate when I the aggression Carlson complaint I came. Okay. I'm sure he said like terrible things hugely inappropriate things. At obviously was much worse than nuts. Well, right. So just to button up the last point. Early, on in my relationship with Roger started to change where he'd have me in his office and he'd be giving me professional advice as I, went in there regularly at his request. Then, then it would just start to get laced with comments that went from body which I didn't care about. I. It's really hard to offend me really hard as you know at the end of my time at NBC I got in trouble for. asking. Is that costume so offensive if it's meant to honour well. Let me tell you there was once a Megan Kelly costume of a blonde wagons somebody walking around with a bloody tampon after trump may suggest that may have been on my period at the..

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

06:37 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Editors

"If you like what you hear here. Please consider giving us a glow and five star review on I. If you don't like what you hear here, please forget I said anything. Megan Kelly thanks so much joining us my pleasure. Thanks for having me. This is the biggest thing that's happened to the editors, Pat Podcast the last time Chili Cook was on. which was like today. I love the editors rich. I have to tell you. I. Never Miss An episode. Oh thank you very much. So we're we're delighted that you made the time. So you got a lot lot of new stuff going on. So we'll talk about that. But I thought what we do a little bit of a Megan Kelly Origin Story Little Fox little movie talk about the media environment generally now, these days what you make of it, talk about your new ventures maybe at a little political punditry out of you before we go. Like getting the questions before the test. Thank you. So what? When. Did you first realize? You've you wanted to go into TV? Why? when I was in high school I had some. Small awakening that I might be interested in journalism. I took one of those tests. What do you want to be when you grow up and it said I should be a journalist. And I did a couple of small internships and I just got sidetracked and went political science when I got to college and thought wouldn't it be cool to be a lawyer I'll be important people have to take me seriously I'll have an esquire at the end of my name. No, one can ever take that from me, and so that's what I did and it really wasn't until I was I. Like to put it slammed face first into the brick wall of unhappiness. About nine years later that I decided I needed to get out of law and so journalism was the natural place to go. Yeah. One of the most frequent pieces of advice I give young people who come through national review who bright ambitious but aren't quite sure what they wanna. Do and say I I'm not sure what I WANNA do I think I'll just go to law school? No. Don't do that I mean it's a lot of debt and for job that makes very few people happy. But I will say the skills you acquire in law school at least the ones I did. Will prove helpful in life they definitely translated to journalism. David French. Our former colleague makes the point that young lawyers are probably the most professionals because it had this glamorous vision of being a lawyer and then you end up, you know right out of law school year in a windowless basement somewhere doing doing document review and with probably with a lot of chat as you say, so you started in the. With. A local station down in Washington DC. I started with WJLA and its sister Cable Channel News Channel Eight, which is the sister channels what gave me the confidence to even apply right because I had no experience whatsoever in television or in journalism. So I thought maybe they'll put me on this mall cable station and that went fine and the the news director ran both and he was a believer in me and next thing I knew I was on Wgla in Washington which is good because that's the number eight market. Yeah. No that's fantastic and there are people spend years trying to get in a market like that, and then you you make your way to Fox News. Correct was like about nine months later, I don't know. It was not long after that and Bill Lord. The news director offered me a full time job and I thought. If if I'm good enough to be fulltime here maybe I'm good enough to be fulltime someplace better than here and I got my tape to actually Kim Hume. At Fox. So so what makes good TV and how long did it take you to realize what makes good TV. That's a good question I felt like too many people forget that it's called broadcast journalism. and. There are people who are very good at the journalism part and not so good at the broadcast and vice versa but I think one of the things you need to be able to do is condensed information large amounts of information into small digestible bits quickly ask. You. Sort of an IT factor as well. Do you penetrate the Lens or don't you? Can You? Roger ailes always used to look at resume tapes with the sound off, and if he wanted to turn the sound on, you'd get an interview and I think being able to just eliminate the lens look right through it and see your viewers. Is a skill that you can acquire over time and it's an important one. I also think that if you sow. Goods. So let me pause you right there. What does that even mean how are you able to consciously consciously look through a Lens? Into of yours is you just have to blackout everything around you. You have to forget that you're in a studio forget that you've got stage managers and so on around you and just focus on your viewer and yourself like I always had an imaginary viewer named Madge and still do and I speak match madge and just I like the news. Short for imaginary where where's magical? That's pretty clever. No I. I don't know working comes from it just sounds like somebody who's Not a jerk I sounds like somebody who works hard and wants to consume her news and a user friendly way. Maybe she's having a glass of wine maybe she's like she doesn't want to work hard for it. That's my point. It's like I wanNA make the news for Maj in a way I used to call it cool water over a hot brain is she she doesn't have to rewind anything shows have to look up anything. It's just a easy lowy experience for her and that making the news that way takes practice it you have to do it over and over and over again till you get better. And, and did you watch yourself? I remember Bill Hemmer time me once in a break. The only way you get good is doing it and watching yourself I definitely used to watch myself and it was painful because when I was doing it I thought all right this. All right. I'm doing. Okay and then I would watch the tapes and it was like wrong. Wrong I was so stiff in earliest hits on WJLA. Certainly that was a disaster but Fox. News too. If you look at the old like reporter hits, I did on early morning Fox and friends weekend Fox and friends at six am or Shepherd, which is always a big deal if you got to go on Shepherd at seven o'clock. I was terrible. And and just through watching it just realize what's what's good. What's bad and and you're conscious about.

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:04 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That like no, no. No I'm not ready to live here. Know about. What you still Were will. Talk about he's just. Remember. This is what you did this. Turn, around in I gave him the double barrel. Middle Finger crouched position like shut up. And use like. The double. Barrel. Okay. Is. He a tweet like I never get abby tweet me to the point where I think it's probably something most men. were. Too. But it works for whatever reason it works. Yeah it's. It's. It's it's interesting. I keep thinking about this because the sort of male mentality and female mentality and again it doesn't matter if you're if it's in the body of a beautiful blonde woman, you can still have that sort of masculine mentality and it shapes your point of view and it's a little more brass tacks and a little less sort of feelings based I. Guess. And then then the question is, do you need that male based mentality for the husband or does it balance out better if the husband has a little more the female based mentality I know many guys I live in Hollywood I. Know a lot of guys who have that sort of feelings spaced feminine mentality even though. That doesn't you know it doesn't turn me on frankly. So it's like the dog that I had first marriage that didn't work out. Here. I'm sorry. What what year was that or how hires remarried thousand, thousand, four or five top yeah. What. Got There. Shit. Obviously. If you don't mind me asking what what do you think? The problem was in that marriage. Well into many. With us, we're still friends and he's a good guy and he wound up getting remarried got three kids. So it's all good the end but. He was he was a doctor, is the dodgers very successful doctor in I was a lawyer. got. Married we were like Oh cool I was like he's hot is a nice personality. He's GonNa make a lot of money. He's a professional. He's popular like everybody likes him. I like it. So yeah, I'm the cash metrics I. Don't see myself doing any better than this and I think he was looking at me thinking the sing. and. That was just the wrong calculation. He Dad is like he's all about medicine and loves sports lot. I'm not really that into sports I am not masculine in that way. And he lost the Amblin thing either so they didn't have similar interests. And We grew apart we were working so hard irrespective judging never spent any time together at all he was going through residencies. Internship is fellowship and I was making my bones at Jones hightower law firm so you would just grow apart and it was like. I don't think this is the relationship remain. We haven't had kids yet. So it was like now's the time to. Go we're going to go. Now's the. was there was there a thing sorry for being personal but? You know I always hear about people are busy and you're busy with your career and he's busy with his career. But I still think I always think well, that's not really an excuse for not continuing a marriage. There something something. There's something that was going I yeah growing apart I it's it's kind of a cliche I kind of understand it, but there's a part of me that doesn't. Understand it completely like there's a part of it says, look if you I understand the part where you meet someone else and you fall in love and I understand versions of that was this the kind of thing where we both just sort of agreed this is over or did you realize he's not the one? Well, mean I was not happy I mean it. We really were growing apart in I could feel it. I could just feel Dan, he really did have to wear all the. Time and I, do think our relationship requires sound care and feeding it does and that's just the nature of what was going through having his particular specialty medicine required so much training in so many hours and he come home spent there is nothing left and saying for me. So I do think there's something to growing apart if you don't nurture things and we were young, we weren't. We didn't have any common interests. So time apart was probably more dangerous like when we first got to get. Out Their friends drank a lot We had a good time. So that was gone and then I don't WanNa. Watch. The sports and I don't do the gambling. I WanNa, talk to me about the news a rare blood, and he didn't have any that. You know I never on our honeymoon WHO's reading y'All Viagra Kurt Warner. As.

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:17 min | Last month

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Backed the podcast, the Megan Kelly show I was privileged to be on that show new episodes every week on apple podcasts and spotify. As well, and you can shooter tweet at Megan Kelly. So. Megan when we were last speaking we're talking about the Democrat Republican fear versus Reward. You know it's interesting. I don't have a fear Kova Nineteen I'm not a fearful person and I do a lot of things that. Might fly in the face of fear but I'm not a careless person I. I race race cars and I recently welded in an extra supplemental. Roll Bar in one of my race cars because I didn't feel like it had enough side impact strength that felt like it was a little bit dangerous. So I do things that are. Dangerous but I try to make them safer and it's an interesting perception that people like me just serve laugh in the face of covert, and then eventually, I'll get it and die but it's really I. Feel like I've weighed the risks and the rewards and I've just sort of weighed them and then gone about my life I'm not I'm not flaunting it or turning my nose up at it I understand there's a disease and there's a virus and it could potentially dangerous and and I understand that I weigh it and I move on with my life I think there's a thought that maybe people like you and I don't believe it or think it's A. Hoax or laughing at it, it's not that we've weighed the danger and then we've decided to go about our lives in a certain way that an accurate statement absolutely and I, think even prior to this point live there were people like some of my friends who are hand sanitizing I mean Jill their hands are raw. There are kids can't get into the car without being made us the sanitize making into the house without being like me never I prior to this I've never used. I've never made my kids use it. You know we believe in washing our hands but not not the hand sanitizer I want them to develop immunities I wanted to have healthy microbiome. I my son. Used three I turn around doing behind he was licking the scaffolding in. All right US too much. It's a bridge too far but. Probably, good for that. They need to eat some dirt they need to get dirty then he Not Be Hermetically sealed little people and that's actually what complains and we're my worries though is happening right now is what the hell other bug is developing while we're all hand sanitizing to high heavens that we don't know about because none of neglecting our microbiomes like building of immunity so I feel like I don't like his bus hand sanitizer every time they. Walk into the school every time they walk into a classroom like when you go to the shoe store or lady you hand sanitized right now it's like Oh, my God I it's just it's. It's a lot for people who like have a different approach in general like health and wellbeing. I'm not would've been helped me my whole life I very rarely get sick. I really this is work for me. I kind of object to being. In girl classic bubble allow everybody else in the you know there's a team of scientists right now Stanford Oxford and Harvard were saying we need to Redo this is not working it's not smart and what we need to do is make everyone who's sixty and older continuing king continuing. They should be doing what we're doing right now everybody who's fifty nine and younger should be masks off in the workplace. In the restaurant inside at one hundred percent capacity in the schools no masks no hints sanitizer doing what we do and they believe that her immunity will calm amongst the young people in particular a help us all out and even you and I at our age. We gave him probably be okay. I think it'd be a lot of sets in it's reasonable compromise position at this point in the game. The. I. I. Agree and I'm with you on all the parral and the sanitizing. It is crazy and also unintended consequences like do you not think that they're going to be some fiddler to pay when you do X Y and Z? So if you said Okay. We're GONNA do affirmative action like if he said. Colleges. UCLA has too many Asian students and not enough black students. So we're going to do or is going to lower the sat scores for the black students to get in and we'll raise the for the Asian students and it's like Okay that will get you more black students and less Asian students. But get back to me in ten years and tell me how it's working out. You tell me what the? There's unintended consequences not everything is free. You can't pave your kids in parral. You can't keep them safe from every peanut and legume, and you know every allergy and lactose and Blah Blah Blah and then expect them to have a functioning system when they're thirty yet it's not GonNa work dip with pure L. is like the it's it's like the version of a safe space you know like there can be no exposure to harm harmful bacteria, viruses dirt whatsoever I'm talking mostly about pre Kobe people were obsessing over like germs nut germs like. We Walk, All New York City we do not take our shoes off, become an apartment nor did we when we had little babies crawling all over the carpets I like I don't want to live like that and I guest live on that as you know how annoying it is when they make, you take off your shoes when he showed me the part of it's like what I just lost four inches. This Alvin doesn't work out those two letters anyways. So It's the same mentality of be no hurt. You can have your feelings are gathering protected, little Johnny Canton at any conflict, his life, his ideas challenge in any way especially on social issues like abortion or vacant where whatever But you're right ozzy, you will listen to really smart black scholars is to think affirmative action that makes sense. Right Libya need. It's good to raise to have more of the underrepresented groups presence whether it's a corporation university because that's how you admire. You Stop Racism. You expose people who might have it to also people of other races and then they have their own private groups experiences with them not needs to lecture them on how someone's. Not less than note, internally, there are a lot of people who grow up in areas where they have no black people so. College be time to start that day they. Ever. After listening to Glenn lowry professor. Brown former Harvard black intellectual, huge gentle just mental giant. and not to mention Jason Rendezvous The Wall Street Journal out helping us. With the studies show is that The the kids who are quote unquote help -firmative action to get into these schools that they wouldn't otherwise be admitted to wanted junior reportedly for the most part and they wind up all of them were they could have become engineers lying interschool wanting to be looking an engineering science feature. They can't cut it at UCLA where's it? They gone to a lower school like a lesser school like a juice with all due respect, my alma mater they could have done a science as they could have become an engineering major and gotten out and had great engineering career. But as at a school that's really tough, they can't do it and they. Wind up being pushed into something like nine attempts. African American studies which really does get you a job a very many things pay well. So it's like we'll how're exactly are we helping that doesn't end not to mention it creates resentments. That's the other thing we found that it create raise resentments from white kids who who say he just got it because you check the box which is like so totally unfair that he didn't check the box and it's like the kids who are being held to be known as the kid who check the box it's like if you if you went more with the natural order of things, just let people. Right. Now they're having is sat scores raised two standard deviations, right? Like they're getting into these universities where the two standard deviations below the average entrance and then they given their there they feel comfortable. They don't get asked into study groups misses all the documentary headed McDonald She's a Lotta this job. In, they don't get to the groups in the Nicholas Racist Right. They feel like there's the backlash against them because of the color skin I mean whilst because, let me tell you if somebody gave me some sort of blonde from action Princeton it would have been a disaster. Study Group. and. It would have been hurtful. It would have been a very negative experience where Syracuse. Like Fine I. Did well to get in my law school and said a different approach academically and you know what it worked just fine in the end it worked out just fine. So you can get to the top of any given profession as long as you have positive experiences in your interactions with the world are positive and.

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"megyn kelly" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Democrats. You don't think about this shit like they don't think about any of this like they're. So what makes them look? What makes them? Democrats then at this point because that's what I'm trying to figure out because you know those friends to the world. So what kind of issue is is like a sensible democratic issue to you like? Know. So my my two best friends in the world live in the midwest one lives in Detroit and one lives in Chicago and one's a damn and one's a Republican and my Democrat friend. She's pro-choice. She's row obamacare. She's row environment. She's On what she she doesn't mind expansive government right? She thinks has a meaningful role to play and helping the poor and underprivileged. When it comes to these cultural issues she's kind of stop it stop it. You know we're all normal. We don't need to obsess about this and it's not just race. It's like race and gender, and all the all is that people are latching onto right now and I would say my my Republican friends. There is kind of the reverse of her on some of those issues but lands in the same spot. And just when I think of my democratic friends they're like. They're like my friend bright. They're not obsessed with this stuff, but the left has gotten so loud and they've gotten control of such large and important cultural institutions that they're. They're having their way. You know they're having their way and I know like Douglas Murray has been saying. That's why people need to speak up. You know the silent majority needs to speak up and I realized easier said than done even the canceled culture wherein but until we get to the point where people stand up and say. I'm not going to let you do that my child or I'm not going to let you do that to me. I'm not going to let you. He says you should stand up at your workplace is trying to make us swallow critical area and say I will I refuse to allow you to rewrite My company, my city myself..

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Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly

The Frame

03:14 min | 10 months ago

Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly

"Listening. Ascended the frame Oscar special. I'm John Horn host of the frame on KABC in Los Angeles. And I'm here with Jacquelyn coli editor at rotten tomatoes. Let's now turn into. Charlie's Thera in bombshell which she also produced theran plays former Fox News anchor. Megan Kelly who partners with other women at that network to take down the founder Roger Ailes. It's like we're telling women go on. Speak up for yourself just know. The entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead hall the Paranoid Man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. Honestly I was completely mesmerized by bombshell I was actually one of the biggest fans ends of the movie. It was kind of a bit critically divisive. I think not a lot of people liked giving some humanity to Megan Kelly but I personally found shelley's performance to be incredible and just kind of had to say about the balls it took for her to take on that role to produce it herself and to say that she wanted to tell this me too story I did talk with Charlie's an end. She told me why she wanted to make the film and why it was important to make it now. The script was written pre. Eh Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our culture as far as this conversation it's it felt else somewhat like a story in its own silo But but people were definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what what was about to come out and so you could feel it you could feel there was like this kind of like under this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware a little bit. I mean nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. How would you describe I bought? This movie is about it. It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing the fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet if they did why were they unlikely. Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments comments prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment. As how do you believe women. How do you know what's true how the emphasis is always on doubting the victim victim doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly Famously Asli Refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. That was Charlene Charlie Farren. She's nominated for her. Lead role in

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"megyn kelly" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Never made any mistake my own take on? It is the country's going through something right now you know. The marginalized groups are rising up and trying to find positions at the table equal positions. And that is. That's a good thing. The differences in approach. How do we do it? And I and I understand this fight because as a woman and somebody. Who's I'm Ben in the position I was in that we talked about? I also felt marginalized at times. And like I don't have an equal footing but the question is do we do it with Grace Greece and humanity and understanding that people make mistakes and that we're all imperfect and we're gonNA screw up maybe maybe more than once charity right and kindness and understanding that we're all only only here for a limited time and we can't expect a perfect it's going is that the people who hate bullying or always bullying you know like have you even talk about this. It'll only make it worse. That's bullying the people who love diversity. Except of opinion only one true opinion. That's what the right half of the countries where they wonder where the ideological diversity is right. Because I mean I think of course and they're and they're fucking snowflakes to do it but but the the role yes well what exactly. They're not really gross because because all they care about is getting scalp on the walls. I don't care if you're really racist. You're not they don't care about a million things that's what they care about and they always WanNa find the worst version of of what any person do it. I just WANNA believe yes. The worst possible interpretation about this well. That's like what President Obama was saying right that it's not activism we. Let's sit with your on your on your phone and pretend you never committed a sin and never will commit a sin right. I'll just sit in judgment of everyone and that road like one of the great things about this country. Entry is the younger generations have typically helped the older generations understand new ways of looking at things. Like that's how we've evolved take gay marriage. That's one thing like hey so you know maybe the way you were looking at. This wasn't so cool. Maybe there's another way we could live and recognize each other's love and and they never just cancelled the generation in that came before them because they didn't immediately agree or start talking about the issues in the way they want it. I mean if that were the case we wouldn't have had an Obama. Second Term Obama wasn't for gay marriage. I yeah yeah and so I feel like somehow we have to get back to talking to each other. So there's buy in so people feel heard and we.

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"megyn kelly" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Conflict. Because that's what the. I don't think I was watching the Virginia rally this week. There's a gun rally was peaceful and you could see how Disappointed the media. was that the civil war. Didn't break out right right. Of course that's what I think the media bias more than politics because look I think there was a liberal slant in the media even before trump got in there but he went in there and now take cnn he came in there and said CNN is completely biased to the left. They're they're completely against me and my take on. It was in the beginning. He was wrong. CNN wasn't that way. I used to watch all the time when I was at Fox when I was getting ready for the Kelly file. I'd have on CNN. And I'd watch a lot of their shows and I like a lot of the anchors over there but my view is CNN became the thing trump said they were and they weren't and now they are now indistinguishable from MSNBC. You have to have to admit it's very hard to cover a guy like trump. Tom Who does awful thing. You do agree. I agree. Yes okay well. Then you're going to look left wing. No because you're saying you're wrong. I totally disagree with you when I I was on during the Kelly file primetime nine pm on Fox News. He was attacking me for nine months straight right saying outrageous things. It took everything on me to go out on the set night after night and not make it personal and not have a vendetta against him and not be overly harsh on him because what he was doing to me and my family but I did it. It's it's doable. You just have to remember. It's not about you it's about the audience and the truth.

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Megyn Kelly Calls for Outside Investigation of NBC Over Matt Lauer Allegations

Investor's Edge

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Megyn Kelly Calls for Outside Investigation of NBC Over Matt Lauer Allegations

"Megan Kelly is calling for an independent investigation into how NBC handled sexual misconduct allegations aimed at former today show host Matt Lauer on fox's Tucker Carlson tonight Kelly said there were needs to have an independent look into whether NBC executives put dollars ahead of decency the louer allegations are back in the spotlight thanks to a new book from Ronan

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Charlize Theron transformed into Megyn Kelly for Bombshell

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Charlize Theron transformed into Megyn Kelly for Bombshell

"Winner Charlize Theron transforming into the journalists in the upcoming film bomb shell fox news is handling of their own sexual harassment allegations which led to the resignation of former CEO Roger

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Megyn Kelly Is Released From Her NBC News Contract

24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Megyn Kelly Is Released From Her NBC News Contract

"NBC news has reached its professional divorce agreement with anchor anchor. Megan Kelly NBC's says it's one time star. Megan Kelly has walked away from the network with the remainder of her sixty nine million dollar deal. It comes months after negotiations over parts of a long term contract following her essential firing in October after she made comments about wearing black face on Halloween. Back when I was a kid that was okay. As long as you were dressing character. She apologized, but within a day was off the air NBC. In a statement saying Megan Kelly is no longer an employee and the parties have resolved their differences. The network says since her ouster ratings in the ninety an hour have gone up. Eighteen

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Megyn Kelly is Released From Her NBC News Contract

24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Megyn Kelly is Released From Her NBC News Contract

Megyn Kelly and NBC go head-to-head over NDA in exit talks

The WB Show

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Megyn Kelly and NBC go head-to-head over NDA in exit talks

"Kelly wants to leave NBC without signing a nondisclosure agreement. That's according to sources who spoke to Fox News. Kelly wrote a tell all book about her experiences at FOX when she left that network for NBC, this friend of hers says the news anchor is concerned about lies that they say NBC is spreading about Kelli. Kelli show on NBC Megan Kelly today canceled this week after he made comments recently about white people appearing in black face being acceptable.

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Megyn Kelly, NBC Spar Over Restrictions in Exit Talks

Chuck and Kelly

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Megyn Kelly, NBC Spar Over Restrictions in Exit Talks

"Albany med. Megan Kelly NBC's settlements stalls over nondisclosure agreement report from Fox News. Michelle Pollino, Megan Kelly and NBC still need deep in negotiations. Kelly holding out over nondisclosure agreement. According to someone close to the former Fox News anchor. She reportedly will not sign an NDA if NBC news keep spreading lies about her. No one is commenting on exactly what lies are being referred to. This comes a month after the Daily Beast report detailing NBC news chairman Andy lacks history of using nondisclosure agreements to his advantage. The same article noted. Lacks perceived frustration with Kelly for her constant coverage of the metoo movement the network canceled. Megan Kelly today last week after Kelly's comments

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NBC officially pulls the plug on 'Megyn Kelly Today'

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

NBC officially pulls the plug on 'Megyn Kelly Today'

"Newsradio. NBC confirming Meghan Kelly today has been canceled the show ending Unser Monia asleep after its host making Kelly defended black face on the wing costumes on Tuesday next week, the nine m our will be hosted by other today co anchors and

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A showdown between Megyn Kelly and NBC

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:47 min | 2 years ago

A showdown between Megyn Kelly and NBC

"Support comes from mocha presenting one day at a time. Manny Farber and termite art, featuring approximately thirty artists and more than one hundred works Farber, championed art that was committed to opt survey Shen and deep attention now on view, more at Moca dot org. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Bella near the Hollywood reporter and Matt as we speak. I think Megan Kelly's lawyer is flying from Los Angeles to New York for showdown with NBC ship been in trouble for a while now. But this is the sound that did the job that I think had been percolating for awhile at NBC. You do get in trouble. If you are a white person who puts on the or black person who puts on Whiteface Halloween like. I was a kid. That was okay. As long as you addressing character. So apparently, not okay. She has been a very expensive investment that did not pay off at all. And this. I would note if she came from Fox News, not the first time she's made racist comments. Notably. Santa Claus is white. That was she told the world. Everybody knew that in two thousand thirteen I feel like she sort of, you know, made her her identity clear at that point. But NBC picked her up. This is one of those situations where NBC knew there was a risk here. Much like ABC knew there was a risk with Roseanne and NBC took the leap anyways. And now, it's lo and behold blowing up in NBC's face. I think Megan Kelly will leave NBC I don't think this relationship is salvageable question is whether she will land anywhere else. But I just think that the combination of the ratings problems, and the fact that she was horribly miscast as a. A morning show host. And this latest blow up is really just kind of the last straw. So I think she will be gone. Absolutely. She's trying to embarrass the heck out of NBC. Meanwhile, with her lawyer saying that they want Ronan Farrow to be involved obviously trying to project. Bad things that NBC appears to have done in the past talking about somebody on the real housewives who wore black face as if that is apropos to how a person who presents herself as a journalist should behave. I think we can agree that the sixty nine million dollars over three years was money badly spent and she's going to clamor, and I think they will pay her. And honestly, I don't know who would employer at this point because we are told that Rupert Murdoch got fed up with her at FOX, and you know, she's branded in a toxic way right now. Yeah. And it's one thing to be toxic to a television network. She managed to lose to agents in the scope of one day, actually, her relationship with CA which had represented her for the past couple of years having going downhill recently, and we're told that she had expressed some frustration. Also represents no Oppenheim is the president of NBC news. So that relationship ended CA confirmed that Megan Kelly was out. She had also been talking to j syrup. At UTA, another prominent agent who represents a lot of people in the in the broadcast space, and when all of this controversy broke a UTA decided that they did not want to represent Megan Kelly either she ended up hiring a litigator the same day. So she went through to agents and got a litigator in about twenty four hours. Very interesting. I think we can safely predict that litigation will not ensue. I mean to me this raises the question again about Andy lack who runs NBC news has overseen a lot of problems at that network. But so far Steve birkhead of NBC universal standing by him. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's not felony editorial director of the Hollywood. Reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown this podcast

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It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

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It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

Megan Kelly NBC
It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

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It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

It's Megyn Kelly NOT Megan Kelly. Here's why the NBC host spells her name differently.

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

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Is Megyn Kelly's NBC show doomed? Reports swirl about host's future at the network.

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Is Megyn Kelly's NBC show doomed? Reports swirl about host's future at the network.

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

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Is Megyn Kelly's NBC show doomed? Reports swirl about host's future at the network.

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Is Megyn Kelly's NBC show doomed? Reports swirl about host's future at the network.

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

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Megyn Kelly's Today Hour Is Reportedly Ending After Blackface Comments

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Megyn Kelly's Today Hour Is Reportedly Ending After Blackface Comments

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

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Megyn Kelly's Today Hour Is Reportedly Ending After Blackface Comments

The WB Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Megyn Kelly's Today Hour Is Reportedly Ending After Blackface Comments

"And there are reports that Megan Kelly is NBC morning show is ending. The report says that Kelly is talking to NBC execs about a new role. But that she's taken too much heat to keep her show after making remarks that made it sound like black face was, okay. For

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Is Megyn Kelly's NBC show doomed? Reports swirl about host's future at the network

The WB Show

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Is Megyn Kelly's NBC show doomed? Reports swirl about host's future at the network

"News host Megan Kelly is now apologizing for some comments she made about black face Kelly making the comments during a segment on Megan Kelly today yesterday morning on NBC and the comments immediately drew widespread criticism on social media. Here's a portion of them. Because you do get in trouble. If you are a white person who puts on. Or a black person who puts on Whiteface Holloway. I was a kid. That was okay. As long as you addressing characters. The network later releasing an Email from Kelly who says she now realizes quote that such behavior is indeed wrong and achieve sorry. Kelly addressing the Email to colleagues saying that she had taken the time to listen to other points of view on that topic today

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"megyn kelly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"megyn kelly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Ad council wall street the dow is down nine the news brought to you by buffalo wild wings its official weekends at buffalo wild wings just got better for a limited time get three slick domestic point beers and ford our select share bulls all day saturday and sunday buffalo wild wings wings beer sports see participating location for details restrictions apply please drink responsibly it 702 here's megyn kelly with the latest.

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