I have been attacked by media critics and just critics of my own for years. And that, unfortunately, is part of the job in 2016 America. I was used to that. And I've developed a thick skin.
I feel like I'm at a level in my business where I've established myself as a professional. And the one thing I haven't managed to do is find a way to achieve a better balance.
I feel humbled by the fact that there's any interest in me at all.
I don't see myself as some television star, I see myself as a girl from Albany.
I don't even watch Fox News usually in the prime time hours because I'm home with my kids and that's more important to me.
I do feel fortunate to have some great options.
I did not grow up with silver spoon in my mouth.
I did not get a million-dollar or multimillion-dollar loan from my dad.
I could have said some things about Hillary Clinton that would have been unfortunate for her, too. But I don't want to interfere.
I - listen, racism - being a racist is the worst thing you can say about somebody. I mean, it is such a charged accusation. And I really think people should be very careful before they level that.
Donald Trump's numbers are historically low for a Republican nominee with women. Historically low.
Donald Trump has to be respected.
Don't believe a thing unless you hear from me directly because there's a lot of bad info going on out there.
Can we expect [Donald] Trump to have a thicker skin as president?
By the way, Santa just is white.
Bullying can leave scars that do not heal.
Before I got into TV, I wasn't fashionable at all.
As a person who's been in the professional world for some 25 years now, my experience is that the best core solution, the best solution for us as we change the structure, is to power through with great work product.
As a news person, you can't spend all your time responding to a Comedy Central star. It's not what we do.
A lot of liberals don't believe in American exceptionalism, but it doesn't mean they don't love America.
Donald Trump and the First Amendment - it's not a beautiful match. It's not a match made in heaven, you know, between the free speech rights that he has not defended and the freedom of the press which he has not defended. It's problematic.
Fox News covers stories that some other news outlets won't cover. We ask some questions that other news outlets wouldn't ask. And sometimes that's perceived as bias by people who've grown up in a world where there are only liberal outlets.
I believe an adult must intervene. You really have to. Kids just don't have the emotional maturity to deal with bullying and it can be extremely damaging; it can be life-changing. So I see that as a special thing that people need to be very careful in how they handle bullying.
I do worry about the press and a President Trump. You know, I think it's dangerous the entire de-legitimization that he's engaged in against all of the media because the people, as much as it's fun to hate us, they do need us. You know, they need good, strong skeptical journalists to be covering whoever it is, whether it's Barack Obama or President Donald Trump.
I don't think Donald Trump is an ideologue, so it's not really his policies that I think are going to maybe fire people up. It's his rhetoric and, you know, his willingness to wield power in a manner that can be potentially exploitative and dangerous.