Megyn Kelly Launches New Show, Saying She's Done With Politics for Now

Megyn Kelly Launches New Show, Saying She's Done With Politics for Now

If there was one message that Megyn Kelly sought to impart in the first installment of her new NBC talk show, Megyn Kelly Today, it was this: The old Megyn can't come to the phone right now.

"The truth is, I'm kind of done with politics for now", Kelly said.

Another reporter compared the TV personality's attempt at having a hit NBC show to a 'HomeGoods catalog brought to life'.

"W$3 e have the entire cast of Will & Grace, along with the show creator, and then we'll be dissecting the latest tweet from President Trump - oh, wait!"

Kelly finished her thoughts with a diplomatic and unifying, "Go U.S.A.", in case anyone out there wasn't fully convinced that we're living in a fearless new world, now.

I get that humans can sometimes evolve and that as a media personality you have to remold yourself to fit the nature of the target audience.

Kelly then revealed that her show was awarding Turner two free tickets to a live Will & Grace taping in Los Angeles, an announcement which left the fan and the audience giddy with excitement.

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The brief interview with Russell began with Megyn asking if it was true that he became both a lawyer and gay because of the show and its leading man, played by actor Eric McCormack.

Megyn Kelly says she's done with talking politics "for now", but she's still facing controversy on her new "Today" show.

"The story I have next is the reason I am here", Kelly said to introduce the segment on the chiefs, which included taped interviews with the women and footage of them working in the community. Kelly's work on Fox News, aggressively questioning perceived agents of division in a manner that was itself cleverly divisive, made her a star. But this new show is really something very different and I'm not sure it plays to her strengths.

Other Today show anchors, including Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Jenna Bush Hager, Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, appeared on the program to welcome Kelly to the Today family.

The former "Kelly File" host, however, is facing new criticisms with her jump to NBC. They only liked her when she was at Fox and bashing Trump.

"De-escalating (a situation with) someone who is 6 foot 7, that is already drunk, and you think I am getting ready to break my nails fighting him?" she said.

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