Publicado: Sáb, Noviembre 09, 2019
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Megyn Kelly teases interview with ABC News Epstein whistleblower

Megyn Kelly teases interview with ABC News Epstein whistleblower

In her first interview posted to YouTube and Instagram, Megyn Kelly interviewed Ashley Bianco, a former ABC producer who was sacked after the Amy Robach tape leak.

Here's a newsflash for those who automatically presume that Robach expressing understandable frustration that she could have broken the Epstein story long before he was finally arrested: sometimes reporters exaggerate what they had on a story when they are looking back in retrospect after that story has broken wide open and everything they suspected to be true at the time turns out to finally be verified.

BIANCO: I did, but I saved it in the internal system.

The caption on her video (as well as the fact that she has a fully functioning studio) suggests that this is not the last we'll see of Kelly.

Bianco was a crash producer who watching Robach vent about the story.

"I clip off moments all the time", explained Bianco.

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Bianco was sacked from CBS News after accessing tape of ABC anchor Amy Robach in which Robach claimed ABC killed a story about convicted sex offender and accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein back in 2016. "I put together amusing anchor reels of them off-camera doing amusing stuff to use later in the show".

In a video posted Friday morning, Kelly (in full hair and makeup) introduces her new social media venture to the world.

"I think you're going to find it just as riveting as we did", she said. Bianco added that he had never heard of the Veritas Project, which is the right-wing activist group that actually published the microphone audio, until the story was learned and it was dismissed.

The conservative filmmaker told RT on Tuesday that he believes ABC's refusal to budge from that explanation backs up Robach's claim that "a network of people" - including the executives running her channel - are "covering up for this" because they are somehow "implicated". Um, we were so afraid we wouldn't be able to interview Kate and Will ... that we, that also quashed the story. It was unbelievable what we had, Clinton ...

"Jeffrey Epstein was an accused serial pedophile who died in prison in August - supposedly by suicide, though there are doubts", Kelly says at the beginning of the interview. "I lost my dad when I was 15 years old, so I know. you don't get a do over.so I'm there and I'm enjoying it". ABC, where Bianco had previously worked, informed her new employer that she was behind the leak of footage that showed Good Morning America co-anchor Amy Robach tearing into the network for shelving a story on Epstein three years ago, complete with an interview with Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one of his most well-known victims.

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