Megyn Kelly Mouths Off To Trump Spokesman – INSTANTLY Regrets It

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Megyn Kelly has spent the past year alienating Fox News fans by repeatedly attacking Donald Trump as she attempts to appeal to mainstream audiences. On Tuesday night, she did this once again when she badgered Trump spokesman Jason Miller over the president-elect’s choice of Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency.

Raw Story reported that Kelly asked Miller, who serves as the transition team’s communications director, if it’s “a hard question” to answer whether Pruitt believes in climate change, before asking Miller directly if the new head of the EPA believes in global warming.

Miller replied by saying that Pruitt will “bring a sound balance to the EPA.”

“I think he’s going to bring a little more of an even playing field to it where we’re going to make sure the … economy can move ahead,” Miller said, adding that Trump administration is also “going to make sure we have clean air and clean water.”

“Does he believe in climate change?” Kelly pressed.

“I think we want to see sound science,” Miller replied. “We want to take a look at what’s really going on.”

“I know but you’re not really answering,” Kelly retorted. “Is that a hard question?”

Miller fired back by insisting that he had given a “straightforward answer in the fact that we want to see sound science in this,” later adding “we’ve seen a lot of the science absolutely stop running amok.”

“I think the left really wants—“ Miller said, before Kelly interrupted him.

“Do you think there’s a debate about climate change versus what causes it?”

“Obviously the world is changing,” Miller tried to explain, as he tried to tell her that right now we need to focus on the U.S. economy.

Interviews like this are the reason Megyn Kelly’s show has plummeted in the ratings. Fox News viewers don’t want to see her submit to liberals by bullying Trump’s people. SHARE this story if you think Fox News should FIRE Megyn Kelly!

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