“She’s staying quiet about where she’ll be going, but apparently there are two serious offers that she’s negotiating,” a source told In Touch. “Megyn wants to come back stronger than ever,” and she “is more than ready to get back to work.” They continued, “She’s had enough time to mull things over, which includes the things she said, the way she was fired from NBC and the job offers that have come her way.”
The Fox News alum, 48, made headlines after making some very questionable comments about blackface on-air late last year, which quickly made NBC give her the ex — a situation that Megyn is apparently eager to learn from.
“Megyn learned a lot from her time at NBC,” a source once told Us Weekly. “Anytime you have a passionate, driven soul like her, there may be times within the context they say or do something that offends people without them even realizing it … Megan is the first to stop and turn around and apologize.”
The insider continued, “Megyn is bent on learning from the NBC situation, ready to fight another day in applying her talents, enduring values and experiences to make real progress in this polarized world.” They added, “Being true to herself is important to her.” And perhaps the journalist has certainly gained knowledge from this situation, because In Touch‘s source also revealed that Megyn wants to add her input on the upcoming elections.
“She’s also ready [to] get in the mix on the 2020 presidential campaign, which is sure to be history making,” the insider said. “Megyn wants the glory she had when she was at the top of her game at Fox.” It will certainly be interesting to see how Megyn is received if she does indeed mount a comeback.