Megyn Kelly Boosts Audience Through Discussion About Sexual Misconduct

This week, she hosted four of Donald Trump's accusers.

Megyn Kelly
Megyn Kelly on Monday, October 23, 2017 -- (Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
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Megyn Kelly has been working to find an audience and establish her show, Megyn Kelly Today, as a destination for a national discussion about sexual misconduct. This week, Kelly interviewed four women who accused Trump of inappropriate behavior. Previously, she’s spoken with accusers of Harvey Weinstein, Brett Ratner, Bill O’Reilly, Roy Moore and more. She has also talked to women who allege they were harassed on Capitol Hill. She said that she feels like she’s in a good place right now and so is the show, and that it’s “starting to gel,” according to The Associated Press. Time magazine made “The Silence Breakers” its Person of the Year, and cited Kelly as a leader in the entertainment field. Her show was initially very lost, and many of her guests and interviews fell flat. But then, she interviewed Lauren Sivan about her disturbing encounter with Weinstein, and from there, Kelly hit her stride. The show averaged 2.67 million viewers in December so far.

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