Former Fox News star Megyn Kelly has shamed twice-failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for celebrating the indictments against President Donald Trump.
Kelly fired back after Clinton and MSNBC host Rachel Maddow gloated about Trump’s fourth indictment during a recent interview.
As Slay News reported, Clinton struggled to contain her glee as she bashed Trump on Maddow’s MSNBC show.
During Monday’s broadcast of the leftist propaganda show, Maddow and Clinton joked and cackled as they pushed false claims about the 45th president while discussing the ongoing get-Trump cases.
Maddow deceitfully told her viewers that Trump says he “hates America” while Clinton falsely alleged that “he set out to defraud the United States of America and the citizens of our nation.”
The pair then joked that Trump should be forced to leave America for good.
Hillary Clinton and Rachel Maddow share a laugh about Trump being indicted in Georgia. pic.twitter.com/G7CiY4QLR1
— Kevin Tober (@KevinTober94) August 15, 2023
“Can I tell you…that was a disgusting display by both women on the set,” Kelly said.
She continued by contrasting Maddow’s conversation with Clinton with her own interview with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
“I would vote for Ron DeSantis over Joe Biden any day of the week — I’ve made that clear,” she said before noting that she asked the governor tough questions.
She said: “He stood his own.
“That’s what a journalist does.
“That’s what your obligation is as a member of the media.
“You failed, Rachel Maddow. You failed.
“I don’t care how much they give you, $30 million a year, you’re not worth thirty cents.
“That was an embarrassment.
“You fell down on the job.
“You embarrassed yourself and your network.
“And you ceded the entire discussion to a dishonest broker who sent us down this disgusting path that we’re now on.
“Where everybody denies everybody’s the real president.
“Shame on you both,” Kelly said.
.@megynkelly on 🔥🔥🔥
“You’re not worth 30 CENTS!”pic.twitter.com/b743GDQc8z
— The First (@TheFirstonTV) August 16, 2023