Megyn Kelly: ‘It’s On!’

( – In astounding news, the Republican National Committee (RNC) has made a decisive announcement, confirming that conservative personality Megyn Kelly will join a panel of media figures to moderate the upcoming fourth GOP presidential debate on December 6. This debate, which promises to be a notable event in the run-up to the presidential election, will be held in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

The RNC has partnered with NewsNation, The Megyn Kelly Show on SiriusXM, The Washington Free Beacon, and Rumble to co-host this critical political event. Kelly will be accompanied in her moderating duties by Elizabeth Vargas from NewsNation and Eliana Johnson, the Editor-In-Chief of the Washington Free Beacon.

Megyn Kelly, known for her spirited broadcasting style, anticipates an engaging debate, remarking, “It will be the margarita of debates – spicy, fun and somewhat intoxicating. Looking forward to it,” as stated in the press release.

The debate landscape this cycle has seen a variety of hosts, with the initial two debates being conducted by Fox News and Fox Business in collaboration with partners including Young America’s Foundation (YAF), the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Univision, and Rumble. The inclusion of Univision, however, led to a contentious second debate, which sparked criticism from conservative figures due to questions posed on racism and LGBTQ discrimination, prompting Megyn Kelly to question on Twitter, “is this an MSNBC debate?”

Responding to the ensuing controversy, the RNC selected NBC News, Salem Radio News, and the Republican Jewish Coalition as partners for the subsequent debate. While featuring some vigorous discourse, this third debate predominantly allowed candidates to present their platforms without much interjection or dispute.

David Bossie, the RNC’s Temporary Committee on Presidential Debates chairman, has been vocal about shifting away from traditional media outlets, expressing a desire to elevate conservative media in the debate process.

In a conversation with Vince Coglianese, Daily Caller editorial director and WMALDC radio host, Bossie shared a hypothetical scenario that suggested a more dynamic debate format, “Look I am just spitballing here because we have not done anything but wouldn’t the American people, the Republican primary voters want to see a debate where, I don’t know Mark Levin and Dan Bongino got to ask questions? Right? Wouldn’t that be interesting and entertaining all at the same time?” This reveals an intention to diversify the voices guiding the political discourse in these debates.