Since she was forced out at NBC News and began hosting her SiriusXM podcast, former Fox News host Megyn Kelly has been very critical of her fellow members of the media.
That continued during the Fox News-hosted Republican Presidential Primary debate last week, as Kelly repeatedly blasted the format and moderators throughout the entire event.
Kelly, who previously opened Fox News’ 2015 Republican Presidential Primary debate by attacking then-candidate Donald Trump for some of his past comments about women, took issue with that fact that the debate’s moderators opened up the event by asking about viral music sensation Oliver Anthony’s Rich Men North of Richmond.
“Total softball opener,” Kelly claimed.
“I’m bored.” Kelly added. “I should not be bored this early in the debate.”
The former Fox News host also took issue with many other questions that were asked, including one about the bombshell reporting that has apparently exposed the fact that the U.S. government has been lying to the American people for decades about UFO’s, claiming it somehow wasn’t “relevant,” which is rather odd considering the fact that one of the issues driving many Republican voters is the government’s efforts to lie and control Americans.
“This is a dumb subject for a presidential debate (ufos),” Kelly eloquently argued.
As such, to the surprise of absolutely no one, Kelly ultimately declared that because the debate changed nothing about the 2024 election cycle, Trump is the winner.
“With no clear winner, the winner was Trump,” Kelly declared. “Nothing happened to change the dynamic of this race tonight.”
Fellow political commentator Ann Coulter, who coincidentally was playing more of the Trump cheerleader role Kelly is now playing during the 2016 Primary when the former Fox News host was attacking the former President with the rest of the media, also took aim at the debate.
However, Coulter’s issue with the debate had less to do with what was asked, but rather, what wasn’t.
Considering the fact that she stopped supporting Trump largely because he didn’t fulfill his promise of completing the border wall or passing numerous other border security measures, Coulter blasted Fox News for not asking about illegal immigration until they were nearly a hour and a half in.
ONE HOUR AND 25 MIN before we get a single question on the border — to Asa What's-His-Name.
Will any real candidates get to talk about the most important issue?
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) August 24, 2023
Clearly, the Fox News-hosted Republican Presidential Primary debate left a lot to be desired, and no one seems to be happy about it.
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