Skip to comments.Megyn Kelly pokes fun at lengthy GOP debate terms; how about a foot massage?
Posted on 11/03/2015 6:48:29 AM PST by Enlightened1
Fox News host Megyn Kelly read through a specific list of debate demands that most Republican presidential candidates signed as a result of the CNBC debate debacle, and wondered what else they wanted â maybe a foot massage?
Kelly read through some of the demands, which included a 67 degree room temperature and approval of on-screen graphics, with Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt.
âCan you imagine having to submit our graphics for approval to the candidates?â she asked. âGood luck with that.â
Stirewalt noted that some âcandidates started peeling offâ on signing the demand letter, âbecause they have different interests.â
âTrumpâs out,â Kelly said. âFiorina never took part, sheâs like âIâll debate anyone, anywhere.ââ
Govs. Chris Christie of New Jersey and John Kasich of Ohio also declined to sign the letter.
Watch the clip, via Fox News.
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Here is the video of it,
Ironic, coming from this harpy.
JUST SHUT UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Talk about rising to the top (got her own show) and then blowing it...
Someone made the mistake of telling this fake blond with the black roots that she was cute when she was seven. She never got over it.
Sadly I can barely read the article what is going on with the fonts and characters lately on FR?
I haven’t watched her show for quite some time.
Why would anybody advertise on her show?
Hey “Journalists” how you about you quite posturing for the cameras and ask serious questions at the debates?
Trump should buy advertising airtime on her show for foot massage parlours.
Yeah, I am having the same problem. It never goes away.
YOU talking heads are not part of the story Megan. Time to put your egos on hold and learn to be JOURNALISTS.
[(Kelly) wondered what else they wanted â maybe a foot massage?]
Kelly and The Five (actually, the whole FOX NEWS line up) caused me to turn off cable news. My home is quiet and peaceful as I sip my coffee and read Free Republic. Freepers have better commentary than those overpaid pundits!
Mrs Kelly if full of herself like many in media. I remember her in the walk back to room where election number was coming inâ¦..taking her walk with camera following her. I knew then for sure she is liberal/dem. I wish someone will go after all in media on tell all book on them and there lives. Bet me it would be rated XXXX.
Save the mockery until Republicans ask to CONTROL the list of questions moderators may ask... Like the DNC does...THEN jokes will be in order
Says the woman who spends four hours in the makeup room before each show and reads whatever is on the TelePrompTer.
Keep laughing, ME-GYN.
Your show and your network are losing viewers by the boatload.
I agree—if it isn’t on FR, then I don’t need to know about it. I don’t think I’ve watched TV news since about the time of Huntley/Brinkly.
This brazen pole dancer reminds me of the story of an American diplomat in early 19th century England staying with a nobleman.
Visiting the head he saw a portrait of George Washington over the toilet.
Returning to his grinning host he was asked what he thought.
The diplomat replied that he thought it appropriate, Washington having made Englishmen s*** for most of the last part of the 18th century.
[Sadly I can barely read the article what is going on with the fonts and characters lately on FR?]
Awhile back I noticed what seemed to be deliberate punctuation errors on the cute story, cute saying emails that were forwarded to me by friends. I see the same kind of errors on the posted emails.
Could there be some kind of tracking code that is being interjected into the news articles? Or, could it be the automatic edit is not turned off when the article is put to print?
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