Report: J.P. Morgan Chase Pulls Ads from NBC News over Megyn Kelly Interview with Alex Jones
by DANIEL NUSSBAUM12 Jun 2017
J.P. Morgan Chase has removed its television and digital ads from NBC News following controversy sparked by anchor Megyn Kelly’s upcoming interview with InfoWars founder and radio host Alex Jones, according to a report.
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that the bank has requested the network remove all of its advertising from Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly and from other news programs ahead of the anchor’s scheduled Father’s Day interview.
Kelly — who left Fox News earlier this year to lead two news programs at NBC, including Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly — shared a preview of her interview with Jones on her Twitter account Sunday. In the clip, Jones takes exception to being called “the most paranoid man in the world” and reiterates his position that 9/11 was an “inside job.”
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