Fox News host Megyn Kelly revealed this weekend that she has received death threats since the start of her public spat with Republican presidential contender Donald Trump, telling "CBS This Morning" on Sunday what worries her most about that dynamic.
"It's not like I'm worried someone's actually going to come shoot me down," Kelly told Charlie Rose. "But I do worry someone's going to try to hurt me in the presence of my children."
Kelly also spoke about media bias, saying that she believes that most of the news has a left-leaning slant — but when she was asked if Fox has a "conservative bias," she responded, "No ... I think that Fox News is fair and balanced. And I think the conservatives who are on air here make no bones about their ideology."
Watch her comments below:
As for Trump, Kelly said that she would have no problem having the billionaire on her show, "The Kelly File," even if he refused to apologize for his public attacks on her.
Her husband, Doug Brunt, also spoke out, explaining that the Trump situation has been frustrating, but that he also believes that Kelly's reaction thus far — which has been comprised mostly of silence on the matter — has further perturbed the GOP contender.
"It is frustrating," Brunt said. "I think one of the thing's that's been most frustrating for Donald is that he has not been able to get a rise out of her even though he repeatedly tries to do so. For me, he gets a rise out of me, for sure."
Read more of the interview here.
(H/T: New York Daily News)
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