NBC's Megyn Kelly lands Putin interview for newsmagazine

Pierre Vaugeois
Juin 2, 2017

Kelly was reporting from Saint Petersburg, Russia, where she announced that she'll soon be interviewing Russian president Vladimir Putin. "No one's going to die if I don't get it perfectly on the first try".

"Sunday Night" will air at 7 p.m. "It's nice, after 12 years in the business, to be learning a new skill".

Meanwhile, Guthrie tweeted her excitement after recently speaking to ET about having Kelly join the NBC News team. Throughout the primaries and election process, Kelly held her ground and refused to normalize any of Trumps' antics-no small feat considering she was still employed by Fox News at the time. So happy to have you with us at NBC!

Already completed are sessions with Erin Andrews, the sportscaster and stalker victim who talked about her bout with cancer, and J.D. Vance, author of "The Hillbilly Elegy", a book about the attitudes of the white underclass. Savannah said to me early on, 'Welcome to the NFL. And Kelly has a notable get as her first guest: a fella named Vladimir Putin. Corvo has had oversight of newsmagazine programs at NBC since the mid-90s. She also will report on some segments while other reports will be done by correspondents Harry Smith, Kate Snow, and Cynthia McFadden.

Kelly's show faces a tremendous challenge in that she has to figure out a way in which to shine in a timeslot dominated by CBS and 60 Minutes. News agencies that are not owned by the state face even greater challenges, including legal restrictions and violence against their reporters allegedly directed by the government.

Check out the gallery for more details about Megyn joining Today!

"This will be the first time that he'll be taking questions from an American journalist since the special council was appointed in the United States to look into allegations of Russian interference in our election", said Kelly, a former Fox News host.

The new mom, 52, threw up her hands in frustration.

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