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Settle For More by Megyn Kelly

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As the dust slowly settles from the raucous 2016 election, Fox News super-star Megyn Kelly’s memoir, Settle for More has made its way to bookstores. Published merely days after an election season with the usual vitriol, divisiveness, and bullying, Kelly chronicles her life and discusses the experience of being caught in a hornet’s nest after angering president-elect Donald J. Trump’s during the first Republican primary debate in 2015.

While Kelly begins her memoirs by discussing the origin of this very public, acrimonious and one-sided feud between herself and president-elect Trump, the book takes the reader on a journey to illustrate how Kelly arrived to that particular point in her life.

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Summary & Review: Settle For More by Megyn Kelly

Intro: The Memoir of Megyn Kelly
Childhood Foundations
Dealing With Bullies
Losing a Loved One
Law School
Bickel & Brewer
New York City and Finding Love
Deciding to Settle For More
Becoming a Journalist
Growing a Thicker Skin
Becoming More Relatable
Meeting Doug
America’s Newsroom
Motherly Instincts
Female Empowerment
The Kelly File
Election Season
Republican Debate
After the Debate
Settling With Trump
Sexual Harassment
Moving Forward


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Published November 20, 2016 39 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences.