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Megyn Kelly Fires Back at The New York Times Over Book Review

Kelly disputed The Times' characterization of two sections of her book

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    File photo of Megyn Kelly attending New York Philharmonic's Spring Gala, A John Williams Celebration at David Geffen Hall on May 24, 2016 in New York City.

    If Megyn Kelly had a subscription to the New York Times, she's probably canceling it.

    The Fox News anchor, and author of the new memoir, "Settle for More," fired back at the Times following it's book review.

    Kelly disputed The Times' characterization of two sections of her book; that she implies someone leaked then Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump her first question in the first primary debate, and that Kelly thought becoming ill the morning of the debate was the result of poisoning.

    "How does one become so fabulous, shrewd and self-possessed? And what’s it like?" ponders the reviewer. "This book will doubtless have sex appeal among gossips and Kelly obsessives. But the author wants to do more than tell a juicy story. She’s positioned this book as a self-help guide."