Here's what you need to know about Fox News' Megyn Kelly
Nov 18 2016 by Desiree Burns
Kellyclaims that she was sexually harassed by Ailes.
Large chunks of Kelly's book - Settle for More, which was released yesterday - are dedicated to Ailes and to the environment at Fox News, which she experienced firsthand for years.
In an appearance on CBS This Morning during which he was primarily promoting his own new book for kids, Give Please a Chance, co-written with James Patterson, O'Reilly appeared to throw some serious shade on the Kelly publication, which she is now promoting on various media platforms.
On Wednesday morning Kelly also responded to a broadside from O'Reilly, who appeared on "CBS This Morning" on Tuesday and said, "I'm not interested in making my network look bad".
"A woman can be harassed and go on to have a good working relationship with the man harassing her, and that is what happened in my case", she said. And then take the action you need to take afterward if you feel aggrieved ...
Kelly has, of course, been the target of many of Donald Trump fans' ire after she dared to ask the then-candidate for the Republican presidential nomination why he called women names like "fat pig" and "slob" during a GOP debate. "I see no point in making all of the details public, but suffice it to say he made sexual comments to me, offers of professional advancement in exchange for sexual favors, and, eventually, physical attempts to be with me - every single one of which I rejected". CBS anchor Norah O'Donnell asked O'Reilly if he had read Kelly's book. Ailes has denied any untoward advances involving Kelly. I'm not going to buy into let's use the Fox News channel as a pinata. A day later, Trump told CNN that Kelly had "blood coming out of her eyes".
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O'Reilly said that it has been "open season" on Fox News.
WATCH: @megynkelly discusses her daughter being "scared of Donald Trump". In the shocking excerpt obtained by Us Weekly, the Kelly File host, 45, recalls that the unwanted advances "started in the summer of 2005" after she'd been informed that she had "captured the attention of Mr. Ailes" and was being "fast-tracked" within the company after just one year. The man accused of her assault, Roger Ailes, has since resigned from Fox.
She tried to leave but before she could get to the door, Ailes allegedly tried for a third time, but she dodged him and walked out of his office. "He said he had "heard" that my first question was a very pointed question directed at him", she says.
The Murdochs' support might be enough to make Kelly want to stay at Fox News, but it appears that some colleagues hold her at least partly responsible for tarnishing the network's reputation - even though she says wasn't the alleged perpetrator in the episode she describes.
"I didn't want to be the story, but Trump kept making me the story. My attorneys have restricted me from commenting further - so suffice it to say that no good deed goes unpunished".
Her first question, infamously, was about Trump's treatment of women.