Ellen DeGeneres won't invite President Trump to appear on her show


"I'm not saying we're never going to be political", she said when asked if she would ever invite Trump to come on our show. Kelly, 46, who has a bitter history with Trump, revealed that it was the current American president who pushed her to resign from Fox News after 12 years.

Not news, but not fluff, either.

"That's not to say there's not media bias", she continued in her interview with TVNewser.com.

Kelly is set to start hosting Today on Monday.

"We are hoping and intend to cover topics that you would typically see in the morning - health, lifestyle, parenting, money, addiction - really good, meaty topics, and are able to give the topics a little bit more time to breathe than you would see in the earlier hours", Levin said.

Ellen DeGeneres won't invite President Trump to appear on her show
Ellen DeGeneres won't invite President Trump to appear on her show

A few blocks uptown in Manhattan, veteran "Live!" producer Michael Gelman said his focus will stay internal. And she's just not going to take part in it.

"Yeah", the host said matter-of-factly, much to her audience's delight.

"The point of the show is to provide some connection in a disconnected world", she said. The average score for TV hosts is 15.

Things don't look too good for Kelly either. "There are so many reporters who are completely biased against Trump, it's absurd". That exchange, coupled with her speaking out against former Fox News boss Roger Ailes' sexual harassment allegations, elevated Kelly to a precariously granted status as a would-be feminist icon.

Reportedly, the show's producers had to practically beg fans to attend her segment as they initially weren't able to sell out the entire studio. It wasn't just the tweets [at me]. The noise along the ride - I can't listen to it and I know my viewers won't listen to it.

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