Megyn Kelly's career went off the rails after she began feuding with Donald Trump during the 2016 Presidential election.
Since then, Kelly plunged into a downward spiral that ended with NBC firing Kelly.
But Megyn Kelly just hit Donald Trump with a surprise that he never saw coming.
Megyn Kelly is trying to make a comeback.
But Kelly's options are limited.
Because she worked at Fox and was fired from NBC sheQ2 has no hope of landing a job at CNN, ABC or CBS.
Liberal networks and audiences won't trust her,
That makes her old home at Fox News the only possible place to set her career back on track.
But Kelly has some repair work there as well.
Kelly alienated Fox viewers with her unfair and personal attack questions to Trump during the first Republican
Presidential debate back in August 2015.
So it's no surprise that beginning with the end of her NBC run, Kelly adopted a more pro-Trump stance.
The latest example was Kelly smacking down Hillary Clinton's claim the Russians stole the 2016 Presidential
Election from her.
During an" Evening with the Clintons" tour event in Los Angeles Clinton told the crowd that ""I think it's also critical to understand that, as I've been telling candidates who have come to see me, you can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and you can have the election stolen from you."
Kelly tweeted about these remarks and cut down Clinton with a biting comeback.
"You can indeed, but this is not what happened to you. #wisconsin," Kelly fired back at Clinton.
It's no surprise Hillary Clinton is clinging to the Russian collusion conspiracy theory.
According to the Jonathan Allen and Aimee Parnes book "Shattered," the Clinton campaign settled on the idea of Russian collusion within 24 hours of conceding the race to explain her loss to Trump.
But as Kelly points out, Clinton ran an awful campaign, and there is no evidence of the Russians conspiring with the Trump campaign.
Clinton took states like Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan were granted due to their inclusion in the famed "blue wall" – a collection of states that went Democrat in each of the last six Presidential Elections.
Trump campaigned like the Energizer Bunny crisscrossing the battleground states holding up to five rallies a day drawing thousands of voters at each appearance.
Clinton – by contrast – never even campaigned in Wisconsin.
Kelly is not the only one to note that Clinton's lazy and entitled attitude – and not the Russians cost her the election.
But Kelly is the latest, and it could be a part of her plan to get back on Fox news.