Based on the preview, Jones appears to be preparing to "prove" that Kelly isn't telling the truth by focusing on how the interview addresses Jones's views on Sandy Hook. The only advertiser to publicly say it was doing so has been the financial firm JPMorganChase.
"They're scared of what we're doing", Jones said.
"This comes with the territory", he told Brian Stelter.
"When you say parents faked their children's death, people get very angry", Kelly said.
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Kelly, a new addition to NBC, had an interview with Jones, a radio host, conspiracy theorist, and owner of the website "Infowars".
NBC has tried to defuse the situation this week, dismissing claims that Kelly's producers went too far with the Alex Jones interview. I've always felt it's important to try to engage and challenge their ideas, and to try to shed light on where those ideas are coming from.
If this were 20 years ago and Jones were scoring an interview on national television as someone who until then had been peddling his message through mail-order videos and a newsletter, then this aggrievement might make some sense.
"How does Jones, who traffics in these outrageous conspiracy theories, have the respect of the president of the United States and a growing audience of millions?" "As you know, journalists don't get the choice over who has power or influence in our country".
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NBC is taking considerable heat on social media for its Father's Day broadcast of Kelly's interview with "Infowars" host Jones, who has questioned whether the killing of 26 people in 2012 at the school in Newtown, Conn., was a hoax. We will continue our coverage throughout the week, including a special report on our Sunday 11pm newscast after Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly.NBC Connecticut is committed to giving the Sandy Hook families a voice, today, tomorrow and in the future.
"I lost my little son Daniel".
Responding to the backlash Kelly and the network have received, the NBC host released a statement Tuesday on her decision to interview Jones. "Judge it when you see it. Megyn does a strong interview". He called on the network to cancel the airing of the interview for "misrepresenting" his views.
In March 2014, Jones said, "I've looked at it and undoubtedly there's a cover-up, there's actors, they're manipulating, they've been caught lying, and they were pre-planning before it and rolled out with it". "We're looking at the editorial process". "We're looking at the editorial process". Now, not even Jones wants his interview to air.
"I knew in my gut this was going to blow up in their face", he said on his show.
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