Megyn Kelly´s blockbuster jump from Fox to NBC hasn´t wowed her viewers as much as her new bosses at 30 Rock. According to a new poll, in fact, Fox viewers don´t plan to shift stations to catch her new shows on the network news giant. A survey from Morning Consult found that more Republican viewers, in fact, plan to reject TV antagonist of President-elect Trump on NBC platforms. "Republicans and Trump voters are not following Fox News´ former star anchor to her new home base at NBC News," said the poll analysis. It added: Megyn Kelly is headed to NBC News, an
Comments: They didn´t need to spend the money on a poll to figure that out. What makes it worse is that there will be such a gap between when she starts at NBC. Her contract is through July and there is a non-compete clause for six months. Link below. By that time she will be forgotten. She must be bummed out that she´s not involved in this Trump fiasco. She would be having a heyday.
She got her money, she doesn´t care. And Comcast can always raise their subscribers bills to pay for any losses at NBC. Besides, she´s perfect for NBC viewers, they watch Rachel Madcow after all. This may matter to someone who watches, but I never get my news from NBC...not without double or triple checking it first...lol.
Megyn Kelly has been wearing clothing on the air that was more appropriate for a high-class call girl than for a serious journalist. And the endless hawking of her book was over the top, far too aggressive.
Most Fox viewers aren´t sorry to see her replaced by Tucker Carlson, whose show is terrific; it´s receiving great ratings and rave reviews. Megyn´s move to NBC was a career blunder. She´ll be forgotten within a year or two. At least she can return to practicing law when the TV gig fizzles out, as it undoubtedly will.
I´m thrilled she is finally gone. Tucker Carlson is excellent. Fox was very smart in not renewing her contract. As already said, I can´t stand even looking at Gerald Rivera or Juan Williams. I´d hate to know how much they´re paid for their bias and weak minds.
An undercover video recorded by an operative from the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) during a visit to a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office in Port Chester, New York, on January 6, revealed that USCIS officials — even if informed that aliens attempting to enter the United States have false credentials — will sometimes admit the aliens anyway. (Snip) According to the USCIS website, during a designated period, individuals who are TPS beneficiaries or who are found preliminarily eligible for TPS upon initial review of their cases (prima facie eligible): • Are not removable from the United
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told host Neil Cavuto it was his view that if it were a U.S. intelligence agency that leaked an unsubstantiated dossier on President-elect Donald Trump and his relationship with Russia to the press, there should be repercussions, including prosecution and possible jail time. “What I would say is that if there is private information that someone is blackmailing a public figure and the public figure or someone takes it to the intelligence agencies, you would think it would be private. And really, this is so important that I think whoever
TEL AVIV – U.S. intelligence officials warned their Israeli counterparts not to trust President-elect Donald Trump with intelligence secrets, citing alleged fears that Russia held blackmail information over Trump, according to a report today in Israel’s respected Yediot Ahronot daily newspaper. The alleged blackmail information that U.S. officials reportedly warned Israel about seems to be in part referencing details contained in a debunked document of mysterious origin purporting to be an intelligence report alleging that Russia collected compromising videos and information on Trump. In the report, investigative journalist Ronen Bergman writes of a meeting that took place “recently between Israeli
President Obama´s last interview as president will be with the same program that aired his first upon taking office: "60 Minutes." The CBS interview — hosted by Steve Kroft — has already been taped and will air on Sunday at 7 p.m. According to the network, Kroft spoke with Obama at the White House about his two-term legacy, President-elect Trump, passing ObamaCare in 2009, Democratic losses in the 2010 midterm elections, the killing of Osama Bin Laden in 2011, and the Syrian civil war. The hour-long special will directly compete with the Green Bay Packers-Dallas Cowboys NFL divisional playoff game on Fox. The game
The Washington D.C. government justified spending taxpayer dollars on an anti-catcalling display by claiming women run into the street to avoid whistling and catcalls. WAMU reports Washington D.C. unveiled “The Walkway” as part of the District Department of Transportation’s and Mayor Muriel Bowser’s “Vision Zero" project to reduce traffic fatalities in the city. WAMU describes the tunnel as “hot pink ramp with bright, color-changing lights” that includes audio of people whistling and catcalling. The display also includes photos of people who have allegedly been forced to endure the trauma of being catcalled, as well as quotes about their experiences. Zarela
Wednesday night on NBC’s The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon had Michelle Obama on as his guest for one of her final television appearances as First Lady. Fallon is known for being very friendly towards his guests but his interview with Mrs. Obama was completely out of the ordinary in gushiness. (Snip) When it came time to do the interview, Fallon began by being as over-the-top gushy as possible, by introducing Michelle as “way smarter, cooler and more accomplished” than the rest of America. Fallon and Obama reminisced over the sketches they had done over the past several years and
Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) announced on Thursday they are introducing a resolution to end all U.S. taxpayer funding for the United Nations "unless and until" the U.N. reverses a measure condemning Israel. U.N. resolution 2334 is the first one condemning Israeli settlements in disputed territories to have been adopted by the Security Council in more than three decades. The U.N. passed the resolution just before Christmas after the Obama administration abstained, rather than use its veto power to kill it. (AS CNSNews.com reported earlier this week, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Israel has "unequivocal evidence"
Senator John McCain passed documents to the FBI director, James Comey, last month alleging secret contacts between the Trump campaign and Moscow and that Russian intelligence had personally compromising material on the president-elect himself. The material, which has been seen by the Guardian, is a series of reports on Trump’s relationship with Moscow. They were drawn up by a former western counter-intelligence official, now working as a private consultant. BuzzFeed on Tuesday published the documents, which it said were “unverified and potentially unverifiable”.
While we learned earlier that John McCain was responsible for handing over the 35-page "dossier" of compromising, if arguably fake, revelations about Trump´s connections to Russia over to the FBI, the identity of the actual creator, who was said to be an ex-British intelligence service, remained a mystery. No longer. Courtesy of the WSJ, we now know his name: the former MI-6 officer, now working for a private security-and-investigations firm "who produced the dossier of unverified allegations about President-elect Donald Trump’s activities and connections in Russia" is Christopher Steele, a director of London-based Orbis Business Intelligence.... and before readers google
Sworn Donald Trump enemy John McCain admitted Wednesday that he passed the dossier of claims of a Russian blackmail plot against the president-elect. The Arizona senator issued a public statement amid mounting questions of his exact role in the affair - and how a document riddled with errors and unverifiable claims came to be published. ´Late last year, I received sensitive information that has since been made public,´ he said. ´Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, I delivered the information to the Director of the FBI. ´That has been the extent of
Wednesday on CNN addressing media reports that he had turned over a dossier containing unverified claims about Russia and President-elect Donald Trump, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said, “I don’t know if it’s credible or not but I thought the information deserved to be delivered to the FBI, the appropriate agency of government.” Partial transcript as follows: MCCAIN: After looking at that information I took it to the FBI and have had no further involvement with it at issue. By the way, according to some media reports they already had that information, but I didn’t know that at the time. I
President Obama, as he concluded his farewell address in Chicago on Tuesday, called the U.S. Constitution “just a piece of parchment." “Our Constitution is a remarkable, beautiful gift,” said Obama. “But it’s really just a piece of parchment.” “It has no power on its own,” he went on. “We the people give it power. We the people give it meaning with our participation and with the choices that we make and the alliances that we forge…” He later said that as he steps down from the presidency, he plans to play an active role in "the most important office in a democracy: citizen."
Hillary Clinton’s political career is probably over, but just because she lost the presidential election to Donald Trump doesn’t mean she wasn’t prepared to win. Axios reporter Mike Allen has revealed Hillary’s list of prospective nominees for important cabinet posts in her administration, and it includes a number of interesting choices. John Podesta, her campaign chairman who accidentally exposed his entire email account to Russian hackers, was listed as the frontrunner to be Hillary Clinton’s secretary of state. Vice President Joe Biden was reportedly also being considered for the position. Facebook executive and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg was in
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith on Wednesday criticized President-elect Donald Trump for his shouting match with a CNN reporter. (Snip) "President-elect Trump today told CNN´s Jim Acosta the his organization amounts to fake news. CNN´s exclusive reporting on the Russian matter was separate and distinctly different from the document dump executed by an online news property," Smith said during his closing monologue. "Though we at Fox News cannot confirm CNN´s report, it is our observation that it´s correspondents followed journalistic standards and that neither they nor any other journalists should be subjected to belittling and delegitimizing by the president-elect of the