Megyn Kelly previewed her exclusive interview with the Duggar family on her Fox News program Monday, opening up about how she plans to question the 19 Kids and Counting family.
"I'll take that reputation as a tough but fair journalist," the host said. "However, this isn’t going to be a cross-examination of a family. It’s going to be an interview. I want to hear their story. And I think America wants to hear their story now."
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Kelly landed the first exclusive interview with the famous family since In Touch magazine published police reports that accused eldest Duggar son Josh of molesting five minor girls when he was a teenager.
Josh, his parents, and his wife have all released statements confirming the allegations, but no member of the immediate family has spoken to the media until now.
"Nothing is off limits," Kelly said, though she admits that the privacy of Duggar’s victims is still a concern and will influence her line of questioning. "I don’t plan on getting into the specific details about what was done because my understanding is the victims don’t want to discuss that either."
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Since the scandal broke, TLC and Hulu have pulled episodes of 19 Kids and Counting off the air and streaming sites and numerous advertisers have pulled their support from the show.
Kelly's interview with the Duggars will air on The Kelly File on June 3 at 9 p.m. ET and a one-hour Fox special will follow on June 5.
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