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Megyn Kelly Will Co-Host ‘Live With Kelly’ the Day After the Election

Announcement comes day after Fox News anchor had on-air spat with Newt Gingrich

Megyn Kelly is coming to the morning.

The Fox News anchor will co-host “Live with Kelly” alongside Kelly Ripa on Nov. 9, the morning after the presidential election.

This will be Kelly’s first time co-hosting “Live.” She and Ripa will welcome Naomi Watts and Michael Ealy, along with musical guest Cam.

The timing should make for some interesting conversation. Kelly has been a noteworthy antagonist for GOP nominee Donald Trump, who has accused her of treating him unfairly. During a primary debate last year, Kelly asked a question about his treatment of women, saying he had accused women he didn’t like of being “fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals.” The next day, Trump said that Kelly had “blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.”

On Tuesday, Kelly debated Trump’s treatment of women with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who accused her of being “fascinated with sex” and not caring about policy.

Kelly is just the latest guest host for “Live” since Michael Strahan left the program earlier this year to join “Good Morning America.”

Meanwhile, speculation continues about Kelly’s next move when her Fox News contract expires in 2017.