Megyn Kelly kept it classy – not!
Ironically, Kelly made her crack while suggesting that President Obama had been petty for not acknowledging Republican midterm gains during his State of the Union address last night. For comparison, Kelly played a clip of George W. Bush warmly welcoming the first “Madame Speaker,” Nancy Pelosi, in his State of the Union after the Democrats took control of the House of Representatives.
“Classy, I mean that was classy,” Kelly said of Bush’s remarks about Pelosi.
Guest Dana Perino, a White House press secretary under Bush, said, “I remember that moment. …It was his choice, right? And I think that graciousness and civility, that is something that you decide to do.”
“And did you see,” Perino continued, “if you look back at the clip, Speaker Pelosi’s face at the time, she was elated.”
Kelly broke in. “How can you tell?" she asked.
Perino was in the middle of saying that Pelosi “got to have her moment, and she deserved it.” But she started laughing and said, “That’s a good question.”
Watch it below, from tonight’s The Kelly File.
This link has a photo of a younger Kelly with a more bulbous nose. I report, you decide! ;-]
Barbie Megyn looks will fade with time-and so will her broadcasting career.
“With some ~ beauty is ONLY skin deep……”
And in Megyn KKKelly’s case, UGLINESS GOES TO THE BONE!
With some ~ beauty is ONLY skin deep & then it stops cold in it’s tracks. What are these folks going to do when the world runs out of Botox?
[with apologies to Bill Cosby]
Kelly can only dream of being as powerful and good at her job, and not to mention looking as good as Nancy Pelosi does when she gets to that age. Pelosi is a fantastic role model for all women, especially women of a “certain age” who don’t want to make fools of themselves by desperately trying to look younger than they are.
Pelosi, unlike Dear Megyn, never tried to make her way by being a “hottie.”
I don’t know, but I’m very dubious Pelosi would be so dumb and so vain as to use botox, which is clearly the implication here.