Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly fought with Donald Trump all through the 2016 election.
Then she jumped to NBC.
Now Megyn Kelly crossed a line with Donald Trump that no one thought was possible.
Megyn Kelly Feuds With Donald Trump
Americans know Megyn Kelly for her feud with Donald Trump.
Kelly asked Trump “gotcha” questions during the Republican Presidential primary debate.
Fox also selected her to host a second debate.
Trump boycotted that event.
When Kelly left Fox for NBC, she said she wanted to put her fight with Trump in the past.
However, NBC’s liberal viewers wanted Kelly to tear Trump apart.
Conservatives hated how Kelly personally attacked Trump with her debate questions.
Kelly angered both sides of the aisle and she was left without an audience.
Megyn Kelly Surprises Her Critics
Kelly shocked viewers when she praised the Trump administration’s new policy on campus sexual assault.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos undid one of Barack Obama’s worst mistakes.
Obama used Title IX to force schools to handle sexual allegations instead of turning them over to the police.
This decision upended campuses.
Schools took away students due process rights when someone accused them accused of sexual assault.
Obama’s decision led to schools setting up kangaroo courts in order to comply with the law.
Kelly – who helped take down Fox News President Roger Ailes with sexual harassment claims – praised the decision.
Her comments stunned viewers.
Obama’s Decision Turns Lives Upside Down
“I’ve been covering this closely for years, for years, and I understand the argument on the one side that we were in a position, back when I went to school, back in my day, when the pendulum was completely against the woman, right?” Kelly said.
“And so there was a problem that needed solving,” the NBC host continued. “But I would submit that the Obama administration overcorrected the problem and swung the pendulum too far back against the accused, completely eroding their due process rights.”
Kelly then told the story of Grant Neal.
Neal played football at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
He went on a date with a woman and ended up in a nightmare situation.
“Great football player, aspiring orthopedic surgeon, had a 3.7 GPA. He had a sexual relationship with a woman,” Kelly said. “She asked if he was using protection. He said no. For a couple of seconds there, it went on. They resolved the problem. They had a great night. They had another great night a couple nights later. All was great.”
The girl told her roommate about her date with Neal.
Her roommate then claimed Neal raped her.
“The roommate said those five seconds were a rape,” Kelly stated. “The girl said, ‘I haven’t been raped. Grant is not a rapist.’”
The university found Neal guilty and suspended him, barring him from returning until the alleged victim graduated.
“His career was ruined,” Kelly said. “His college campus experience was ruined, his football—all of it, done. How is that fair?”
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