Megyn Kelly to Release Interview with Alleged ABC News/Epstein Video Whistleblower

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In the wake of leaked footage of ABC News’ Amy Robach talking about her superiors squashing the Jeffrey Epstein story she had three years ago being released by Project Veritas, it looks as though we’re going to get more insight into the story behind the video in question.

Former Fox News and NBC News journalist Megan Kelly took to her new Instagram page to announce that she had just finished an interview with the woman who no longer worked at ABC News and was fired from her current position at CBS News for allegedly leaking the video.

“We just sat down with her in an exclusive interview and we got the full story, and I think you’re going to be fascinated by it,” Kelly said in her first Instagram video post. “So we’ll post it today here on Insta and on YouTube, and I think you’re going to find it just as riveting as we did. See ya soon.”

Here’s Kelly’s Instagram post of the announcement:

 

 

As of this writing, the interview hasn’t yet been released on either of those two platforms.

The leaked video in question showed Robach in an off-air, hot-mic moment where she divulged that she had an interview with Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre three years ago and her bosses essentially told Robach to shelve the story.

MRCTV is staying on top of this story. An update will be provided, with video, once the video is released.

H/T: Washington Examiner

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