Megyn Kelly made an appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" where she recalled her time at FOX News and called out Billy O'Reilly as someone that sexually harrassed her. “It was time to tell that story,” Kelly said on the late night show. “I take no pleasure in discussing Fox News in that way because I had a lot of good years there and they’re not all bad, they’ve got some great people, but he’s not one of them.” On the disgraced newsman in keeping thank-you notes to discredit her story she went on to say: "I think it’s something right out of the playbook of a lot of these guys. Ask yourself who keeps thank-you notes from nine years earlier and puts them in a file just in case he needs them?”

Kelly also mentioned she went to the HR department at FOX News, but she felt they could not help. “HR was controlled by the CEO who was harassing half of the women in the building,” Kelly said. “Even if HR is an option it doesn’t always go your way. If you don’t win this contest — you know, if you take a shot at the king you better kill him.” Watch her interview down below and tell us what you think!

On Megyn Kelly's morning show, "Megyn Kelly Today," she went on to list all the men that have been publicly accused of sexual harassment that included the president Donald Trump. “On and on and on it goes! Every day another one, at least another one. Sexual harassment, misconduct, assault, even rape,” Kelly said at the top of the hour. “The numbers are growing so quickly, it’s hard to keep track of all the men accused of not just sexual misconduct, predatory, predatory sexual behavior. Movie producer Harvey Weinstein, you’ve heard about that one, now accused by at least 65 women of misconduct, over three decades. Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, who reportedly settled at least six harassment claims, to the collective tune of $45 million, one for $32M right before Fox News renewed his contract."

“Not to mention, it must be said, President Trump, accused during the campaign by a dozen women of misconduct or sexual assault. He denied it. Former President Bill Clinton repeatedly accused of sexual assault, he denied it. Even 93-year-old former President George H.W. Bush is now accused of inappropriately groping two women on the backside from his wheelchair, for which he has now apologized. But there are others coming forward. Others coming forward. So many others."

"Breaking just this morning, journalist and NBC political analyst Mark Halperin stands accused of sexual harassment. According to CNN, which broke the story, five anonymous women have come forward with stories of his alleged misconduct while working for ABC News more than a decade ago. Halperin has said ‘I am deeply sorry and I apologize.’ MSNBC this morning put out a statement that reads, ‘we find the story and the allegations very troubling. Mark Halperin is leaving his role as a contributor until the questions around his past conduct are fully understood.'”