It looks like Megyn Kelly (or her producers) gave into the backlash surrounding her egregious blackface for Halloween segment and issued an on-air apology.
There's only one problem, no one quite believes her.
On Wednesday, Kelly issued the apology at the top of her show.
“I want to begin with two words: I’m sorry,” Kelly said at the start of “Megyn Kelly Today” on Wednesday. “You may have heard yesterday that we had a discussion here about political correctness and Halloween costumes. And that conversation turned to whether it is ever OK for a person of one race to dress up as another. ”
She continued: “I defended the idea, saying as long as it was respectful and part of the Halloween costume, it seemed OK. Well, I was wrong and I am sorry.”
After playing her apology for her studio audience, Williams said she wasn't here for it.
"Excuse me. This is such a basic thing for such an educated woman to know. She was lying," said Wendy. "She had a whole bunch of Black people in the audience. I guess they got a bottle of Gold Bond!"
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