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Not So Fast: Megyn Kelly Says She's Not Completely Turning Back on Politics

Megyn Kelly isn't done with politics after all

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    Megyn Kelly said with the president getting so much attention, she wanted to start a program that would be more broad and not mired in the negativity of dark, political arts

    Megyn Kelly says she's not really done with politics after all.

    The former Fox News host attracted attention on the debut of NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today" this week by saying she's "kind of done with politics for now."

    But she said Wednesday that doesn't mean her show won't cover politics. Instead, she wondered whether every show everywhere should be all about President Donald Trump.

    With the president getting so much attention, she said she wanted to start a program that would be more broad and not mired in the negativity of dark, political arts.

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