And it is could be Fox News which is the platform for her comeback from two slo-mo disasters at NBC.
The earlier one was the primetime interview programming. That was supposed to crush "60 Minutes."
Until now, her latest crisis had been "Megyn Kelly Today." Ratings were tanking. Competitors were smirking.
But that was then.
The latter was a Fox News legal analyst who claimed nonconsensual sex with Bill O'Reilly. The timing of the settlement was just before Fox renewed O'Reilly's contract. And, Kelly was an on-air commentator at Fox at the time. What great luck for her.
So, Kelly has the street cred to let loose on the wrongness of the behavior of both Fox and O'Reilly.
She also has the opportunity to do a #MeToo. She contends she too had her share of trouble with O'Reilly.
With both her lawyer (was a junior attorney at BigLaw Jones Day) and media backgrounds, Kelly understands how to position and package all this.
Cleverly, for example, she brings into context what a big number $32 million is.
She hammers that O.J. Simpson was ordered to pay the Goldman and Brown families $33.5 million. That isn't much more than the settlement of the allegations surrounding O'Reilly.
My hunch is that the bookmakers are upping the odds that Kelly will be a "keep" at NBC. If she continues to do the outrage rant as effectively as she is doing currently, she could also damage her former employer.
So, you go, Kelly. Huff and puff and blow the Fox house down.
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