Megyn Kelly, who joined Fox in 2004, will leave the network for NBC later this year.
Megyn Kelly, who joined Fox in 2004, will leave the network for NBC later this year. Dennis Van Tine TNS file
Megyn Kelly, who joined Fox in 2004, will leave the network for NBC later this year. Dennis Van Tine TNS file

Megyn Kelly leaving Fox for NBC

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