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Megyn Kelly

In Conversation with Katty Kay

Dec 5, 2016 • 7:00 pm ET
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This program does not include a book signing. All books will be pre-signed by the author.

In the two and half years since her show The Kelly File premiered on the Fox News Channel, anchor Megyn Kelly has cemented her reputation as one of the most respected and hardest hitting journalists in America. Tackling issues from both sides of the aisle, live in prime time five nights a week, Kelly has embraced difficult questions—fearlessly pressing for answers as she redefines the face of news for her more than two million nightly viewers.

From the values and lessons that have shaped her career, to her time at the center of the chaotic 2016 Republican presidential primary, Settle for More offers an inside look at an uncompromising woman’s journey to the top of the news business.

From growing up in a tough love family where she had to earn her praise, to her father’s sudden, tragic death while she was still in high school, to the news stories that launched her journalism career, Kelly traces the values and experiences—both good and bad—that landed her in the anchor chair.

With the same bold and brave voice that has won her fans across the political divide, she opens up about the Donald Trump controversy that made her a household name and shares never-before-heard details about the infamous first Republican debate, its challenging aftermath, and how she persevered through it all.

Speaking candidly about the career-changing decision that led her to “settle for more,” Kelly also discusses how she approaches gender in the workplace, demonstrating how her success is rooted in Steve Martin’s old adage: “Be so good they can’t ignore you.” In conversation with Katty Kay, the Washington, DC anchor for BBC World News America. She is a regular guest on NBC’s Meet the Press and MSNBC’s Morning Joe and the co-author of The Confidence Code and Womenomics.

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