'Only Two Reasons': Megyn Kelly's response to Jill Biden's 'mouth kiss' on Doug Emhoff

Former Fox News star and current SiriusXM podcaster Megyn Kelly has responded to what appeared to be a "mouth kiss" between first lady Jill Biden and second gentleman Doug Emhoff during President Joe Biden's State of the Union address on Tuesday evening.

In an interview with guests Charles C. Cooke of the National Review and Jeremy Peters of The New York Times, Kelly called the kiss “gross” and said there are only two instances when kissing on the mouth should be allowed, she said, and what occurred between Emhoff and Biden was not one of them.

“People should not be mouth kissing ever if it’s not your husband or your spouse,” the former Fox News host shared. “Here is Kamala’s husband and Joe Biden’s wife kissing on the mouth, I’m sorry, secondhand uncomfortable…”


“Not ever,” she added. “Don’t kiss me on my mouth. Don’t do it. In fact, don’t kiss me, and probably don’t hug me, either. Just like the wave or a pat, I’ll take that.”

“Definitely no mouth kissing,” Kelly continued, as footage showed the kiss. “Gross. I don’t know where your mouth’s been, and I don’t want to know.” Cooke, a writer for National Review, said, “I have no idea what’s going on in that clip. It’s bizarre.”

In an interview with Univision’s Edwin Pitti following the kiss, Vice President Kamala Harris, who is married to Emhoff, was asked to give her thoughts on it. “I haven’t watched the video,” she said.

“I don’t know, but I do know that first lady and the second gentleman are working arduously with what we are doing with my husband against anti-Semitism – very important,” she continued. “He fights against anti-Semitism but also against hatred towards immigrants, and sadly, we’ve seen that in our country.”


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