In a recent Fox News interview with host of The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly, Jeb Bush didn’t seem to differ much from his brother on the subject of Iraq, nor did he seem worried about the trillions of dollars spent or the thousands of lives lost from the war.
The Huffington Post:
“Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) would have authorized the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq, putting the likely 2016 presidential contender on the same page as his brother George W. Bush, the president who actually did so.”
Things got a bit awkward on The O’Reilly Factor when Megyn Kelly and Bill O’Reilly talked about her scoring an interview with a guest before O’Reilly.
Recently, Air Force veteran Michelle Manhart saw students at Valdosta State University stepping all over the American flag and intervened. She grabbed the flag and argued with protesters and ended up being detained by the police (but was not officially arrested).
Megyn Kelly’s show landed an interview with Manhart, but O’Reilly apparently did not.
Kelly was on O’Reilly’s show talking about the matter, and O’Reilly shared the suspicion his producers had that Manhart was seeking out publicity (after Kelly brought up a Playboy shoot Manhart did with the flag). O’Reilly told Kelly that’s why they “gave the interview to her show.”
Kelly, keeping things light, said, “You didn’t give it to me… We booked her before you tried to book her.”
They were both pleasant and appeared to be teasing, but the tension was palpable.
Fox News host of The Kelly File Megyn Kelly confronted Senator and Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul on his recent behavior toward female reporters. The interview was reportedly from Wednesday, April 8th.
“It’s only going to get worse,” Megyn Kelly pointed out, talking about the difficult interviews Rand Paul will face.
Last year, Bill Ayers faced off with “America” director Dinesh D’Souza for a debate on Fox News’ “The Kelly File” over whether America is a fundamentally good or an “inherently evil” nation.
Ayers said America’s done horrible things, while D’Souza argued America has done great things with his power that other countries would horribly abuse. However, during the talk, D’Souza denied the Native American Genocide.
On December 15th, former CIA interrogator Dr. James Mitchell, who was involved in the Enhanced Interrogation program, talked with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly. Mitchell is angry with Democrats and other politicians over the release of the report on Enhanced Interrogations, also called ‘torture’.
He is the subject of the report as he was one of the interrogators and he says the Senate Intelligence Committee never asked him about his participation in this program. He says what makes him angry is that KSM now has the chance to address the charges against him and he doesn’t.
Fred Filner video.
Judge Andrew Napolitano has a rational response to the Senate torture report.
In an interview with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, Judge Andrew Napolitano argues that “the American people have a right to know what’s been done in their name, especially when they’re misled about it.”
He also said the report won’t endanger lives, but the torture itself.
Kelly responded, “I’m sure that’s gonna comfort the families of the dead analysts…”