Megyn Kelly is set to moderate the Republican National Committee’s fourth primary debate, aiming to ask compelling questions that GOP primary voters care about.
She criticized previous debates for not understanding what Republican voters want and emphasized the importance of asking tough questions.
Despite her past feud with Donald Trump, Kelly is willing to keep asking hard questions. (Trending: Greta Thunberg Caught on Video Going Full Anti-Semite)
“I’m not there to make friends with anybody,” promised Kelly.
Adding, “I’m not there to sandbag anybody either.”
“The Republican Party is fractured right now [and] MAGA is a huge part of it,” said Kelly while discussing Fox’s tentative relationship with Trump’s supporters.
“The way NBC handled it was abysmal,” said Kelly about a recent debate.
“It was an absolute sin,” she continued.
“You had Nikki Haley call Vivek Ramaswamy ‘scum’ from behind the lectern on debate night, and no moderator followed up on it,” she remarked.
“It was absurd. It was unfair. But on top of that, it missed lightning in a bottle. That would have been fiery,” charged the independent host.
Concluding, “They just continued reading their notes, and it showed — and they lost.”
The upcoming debate will focus on topics that haven’t been previously covered, and Kelly highlights the significance of transgender policy as a women’s rights issue.
She believes the debates still play a secondary role to Trump but have been consequential in influencing the Republican primary race.