Megyn Kelly's Show Is a 'Tragedy' for Women

Early reviews of Megyn Kelly's new morning show on NBC haven't exactly been scintillating, and an op-ed in the New York Times on Monday joins the choir, but with a twist. 

Much of the piece by Batya Ungar-Sargon is spent praising Kelly, or at least the "uncompromising, unapologetic, take-no-prisoners" version of Kelly who became a national figure as a Fox News host. 

Ungar-Sargon is liberal and thus disagreed with Kelly on plenty of topics, but she genuinely admired Kelly as a tough, sharp interviewer who didn't much care if her interviewees liked her or not. As a result, Kelly became "that most unusual of unicorns: an unlikable woman on television."

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