PRESS SEC­RE­TARY MEGYN

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS -

Some­body has to be White House press sec­re­tary now that cur­rent ti­tle holder Sean Spicer has stepped away from the podium, one of the hottest hot seats in the world. Who will take his place? One observer has a sug­ges­tion for Pres­i­dent Trump to con­sider:

“Trump could make a bril­liantly bold move and grab Megyn Kelly. Yes, Megyn Kelly. For­get her high-pro­file clash with can­di­date Trump at the first GOP de­bate a mil­lion years ago, and the nasty tweets he sent her way while urg­ing his fol­low­ers to boy­cott her Fox News Chan­nel show. And def­i­nitely for­get Kelly’s big­money move to NBC,” writes Mark Joyella, a Forbes me­dia colum­nist and a for­mer broad­cast jour­nal­ist.

“Megyn Kelly has al­ways seemed most in her el­e­ment when

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