Good riddance: NYT says Megyn Kelly going to NBC

Megyn KellyOn Tuesday, the New York Times reported that Megyn Kelly is leaving Fox News for a new job at NBC.

According to the Times:

The NBC News chairman, Andrew Lack, wooed Ms. Kelly away from Fox News by offering her a triple role in which she will host her own daytime news and discussion program, anchor an in-depth Sunday night news show and take regular part in the network’s special political programming and other big-event coverage.

The move will herald a seismic shift in the cable news landscape, where Ms. Kelly had become the second-most watched host — after Bill O’Reilly of Fox News — and often helped define the national political debate, especially over the last year as Donald J. Trump regularly attacked her, at times in viciously personal terms.

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Ms. Kelly’s exit will upend Fox News’s vaunted prime-time lineup and inject a new dose of tumult just a few months after the departure of the network’s powerful founding chairman, Roger Ailes, who was ousted after several women made allegations that he sexually harassed them.

It’s not known how much Kelly will be paid, but the Times said Fox offered her more than $20 million a year if she chose to stay after her current contract expires.

“It’s no secret that anti-Trump diva Kelly is not a fan ‘favorite’ among Trump’s core supporters,” said a post at TruthFeed.

No kidding. Here are just a few responses to news of her departure:



The Times said NBC would release more details about her role in the coming months.

“A spokeswoman for Ms. Kelly, Leslee Dart, did not immediately return a call seeking comment on the deal,” the Times added.


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