"We had security guards the whole year", Kelly said.
Numerous comments came through a link on a pro-Trump Reddit forum called "The_Donald".
On election night, it was priceless to see the stunned look on Kelly's face as it was apparent that Trump would be our country's next President.
Cohen was also known during the campaign season for his fierce defenses of Trump.
"It has all the hallmarks of an orchestrated effort to discredit the book and our author Megyn Kelly", said Tina Andreadis, HarperCollins director of publicity. Yet as their frequency steadily increases, audiences and outliers can't help but wonder whether or not the apparent intensity of Kelly and O'Reilly's disagreements is something more. "And I will come after your Daily Beast and everybody else that you possibly know", Cohen told the Daily Beast at the time. He used Twitter to attack her in the months that followed, calling her a bimbo and questioning her credibility as a journalist.
Upset about Kelly airing an unflattering segment related to his long-ago divorce from Ivana Trump, the mogul berates her in a phone call: "That story never should have been on your show". The candidate retweeted many of those remarks to his millions of Twitter followers.
There are times when Kelly all but smacks the reader in the face with her scoop-preservation strategy: "This is actually one of the untold stories of the 2016 campaign: I was not the only journalist to whom Trump offered gifts clearly meant to shape coverage".
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The factors she's weighing "mostly involve a 7-, 5- and 3-year-old", she said, and her desire for more family time. She added that it would have made no difference in the public's perception of Trump.
Kelly said these were "not your normal tactics unleashed against a journalist who asked a tough question".
The book also goes into details on her alleged harassment by former Fox News boss Roger Ailes, whom she says made inappropriate advances and once implied he could end her job when she turned down a request for a kiss. "And I think, hopefully, the book will provide somewhat of a road map for reporters on how, potentially, to handle him".
Ailes stepped down in disgrace earlier this year after former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him and multiple women, including Kelly, came forward with similar claims. In fact, during the election season, Kelly's show lost viewers to CNN and MSNBC and her ratings were often surpassed by Sean Hannity, even though his show starts one hour later.
"I believe that Roger Ailes made the company look bad", Kelly told "CBS This Morning". "So I'm warning you, tread very fucking lightly, because what I'm going to do to you is going to be fucking disgusting". It all comes with a twist of media irony, because this is a story told by a Fox News stalwart, though it didn't air - and perhaps couldn't have aired - on Fox News itself.
The unusual back-and-forth between two prime-time hosts is a headache for Fox News, which declined comment on Wednesday. "F- off you sl-, I will beat you up so bad I will force you to support trump you sl-", reads one of the many.