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Fox News' Megyn Kelly to Host First Primetime Special, on Fox in May

Something tells us Donald Trump won’t be tuning into Fox on Monday, May 23: Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly will host her first primetime special on Fox (the broadcast network) that evening at 8/7c, the network announced Tuesday.

In addition to celebrity interviews from the world of politics, entertainment and other human interest areas, the one-hour program will highlight Kelly’s noteworthy year as one of the most prominent voices in the 2016 presidential campaign.

The Kelly File host has co-moderated Fox News’ three Republican debates, the first of which became the highest-rated non-sports cable telecast ever.

Kelly has also made headlines in recent months as a result of her very public (and one-sided) rift with POTUS hopeful Trump, who first insulted the journalist on Twitter after the Aug. 6 debate. He then refused to participate in the Jan. 26 GOP debate, upon hearing that Kelly would serve as a moderator.

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