InfoWars founder Alex Jones attacked NBC News and Megyn Kelly on Thursday evening for allegedly misrepresenting him, with Jones vowing to release an unedited version of his interview with Kelly prior to its official airing on the network Sunday night. "I've never done this in 22 years, I've never recorded another journalist," Jones teased in a video Thursday. "I've never done this, but I knew that it was a fraud, that it was a lie."
Jones also released audio of a conversation he had with Kelly before the interview, in which Kelly apparently promises Jones "this is not going to be a contentious, sort of 'gotcha' exchange. I'm not looking to portray you as some boogeyman or just any sort of gotcha moment. I just want to talk about you."
Kelly, though, has come under heavy criticism for interviewing Jones at all, as the controversial commentator peddles conspiracy theories, including that Sandy Hook was a hoax. Kelly issued a statement this week in response to the backlash, claiming she finds Jones' theories as "personally revolting as every other rational person does."
Page Six reports Kelly has since "completely overhauled her Sunday night show featuring [Jones] ... editing her interview ... to be tougher on him, following all the backlash this week."