Megyn Kelly interview a low point
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
MEGYN KELLY continues to be criticized for interviewing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for her show.