The families of some Sandy Hook shooting victims are angered that Kelly has an interview scheduled to air Sunday, June 18, with Alex Jones, who has claimed the 2012 massacre in Newtown, Conn., never happened.(Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) Opposition quickly surfaced soon after promotional videos of the interview with the InfoWars founder, scheduled for the June 18 episode of Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, were first shown during the June 11 episode and appeared online.
"It's a miracle no #sandyhook parent has ended their life yet.
The loss of a loved one and the constant harrassment is too much.
The loss of a loved one and the constant harrasment is too much.
However, Carusone expects, based on the preview and Kelly's past performances -- including last week's interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin -- "it appears that the reason of having Alex Jones on was not to really draw a meaningful critique of the way that the current president gets his information and who he gets it from." A softball interview, "allows him to promote himself," he said.