Megyn Kelly in­ter­view a low point

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Thank you to Lor­raine Ali for giv­ing voice to my anger over Megyn Kelly’s NBC in­ter­view with Alex Jones [“’Shine a Light’ on Jones? Re­ally?” June 19].

It was noth­ing more than an at­tempt for a rat­ings grab by giv­ing prime air­time to a hate­ful fringe el­e­ment that rep­re­sents the very worst in our so­ci­ety. And to do this on the back and souls of Sandy Hook par­ents — on Fa­ther’s Day no less — rep­re­sents the worst of NBC. We need to be bet­ter than this. Anna Cwieka Mis­sion Viejo

Well, I guess you can take the girl out of the Fox, but you can’t take the Fox out of the girl. Cathy Ten­ni­can Los An­ge­les

Ali’s col­umn ex­poses Kelly for what she is: a show­girl. No se­ri­ous jour­nal­ist would ev­ery dress in the provoca­tive clothes that she wears. She gives se­ri­ous fe­male journalists a bad name. I pre­dict she doesn’t last. Lois Wet­ton La Verne

Yes, she made an ap­palling choice and now she has to pay the price for that bad choice. Shame­ful to give that guy any voice at all.

I did not watch her Putin in­ter­view be­cause there is noth­ing Putin could say that I would be­lieve, so what was the point of the in­ter­view? Did she think she would learn any­thing, or was that just the big name she wanted to go heads up with “60 Min­utes” re­runs this sum­mer? A tough slot. Denny Knud­sen Tustin

Vic­to­ria Will As­so­ci­ated Press

MEGYN KELLY con­tin­ues to be crit­i­cized for in­ter­view­ing con­spir­acy the­o­rist Alex Jones for her show.

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