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The week of Nov. 14 has been a blur. Megyn Kelly has sat for nine TV interviews in three days before doing this one. There were appearances on Dr. Oz and Jimmy Fallon, too. Kelly is publicizing her new memoir, Settle for More, about life before and after becoming the undisputed (and unintentional) media star of the 2016 election. In her book, which debuts at No. 1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list, Kelly recounts her 9 months at the wrong end of Donald Trump's temperament and Twitter account and how, with simple and agonizing truth, she helped to bring down one of the biggest names in TV news—her Fox News Channel boss Roger Ailes.