Megyn Kelly Eying a Move to Fox News Rival?

Kelly’s abrupt extended vacation after the Presidential Debate debacle with Trump created a lot of chatter, especially when many loyal Fox viewers took to Twitter calling for a Fox boycott. Now, we’re learning that she may be moving to a Fox rival. Did her performance attacking Trump and subsequent backlash cause her to take a ‘Left’ turn?

A New York Magazine writer and author of the 2014 book about Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, “The Loudest Voice in the Room,” said in a recent televised interview the cable station’s biggest star, Megyn Kelly, may not be re-engaging in public disputes with presidential hopeful Donald Trump because she doesn’t want to hurt her chances to move to a more mainstream network, like CNN.

Kelly, on the heels of widespread criticism of her debate night questioning of Trump – after which the billionaire businessman called her a “bimbo” in a tweet – went on what she and Fox officials said was a long-planned vacation. Trump, on the other hand, claimed her vacation was due to the fireworks she faced from her presidential debate questions about his previous treatment of women. As soon as she returned, he retweeted messages from Twitter posters that once again, called her a “bimbo.” Various Fox personalities called Trump wrong for reigniting the dispute with Kelly, while Ailes came out and called for the presidential contender to apologize.

Bernard Goldberg profiles the “mainstream” media’s “liberal bias” in “A Slobbering Love Affair.”

Kelly, meanwhile, took the high road and didn’t directly respond to Trump’s latest attacks. And Newsmax TV host Steve Malzberg wanted author Gabriel Sherman to explain why.

“I think she, up until this point, was kind of the fastest rising star at Fox,” Sherman said. “She was really becoming the face of the network. … I don’t think she wants to get down in the weeds and in the gutter…”


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