Was Megyn Kelly really vindicated after Alex Jones’ interview aired? Not yet, if Hannity has his say …

Former Fox News personality Megyn Kelly’s interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones earned big kudos for the most part — especially from other media figures.

But at least one of her former Fox News colleagues doesn’t necessarily agree. The controversy the interview generated was a subject of “Fox News Sunday.”

Clip via Fox News Channel

The long-hyped interview, which aired Sunday on NBC, was also secretly recorded by Jones, a radio host and founder of InfoWars.

Some of the conspiracies attributed to Jones are his claim that the 9/11 terrorist attack that brought down the World Trade Center’s twin towers was an inside government job, and the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was a hoax and the grieving parents portrayed on TV were actors.

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Mediaite founder Dan Abrams and NBC’s Andrew Mitchell led the praise. Others, no matter where they stood politically, followed suite

At least one who was critical of the interview earlier was now a fan.

But there were those who still criticized Kelly and the interview — several who were even previously anti-Jones.

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But conservative Fox News host Sean Hannity was one of those who wasn’t convinced that NBC edited the interview fairly. He demanded that the network release the raw data — the original tapes of the exchange between the two.

Hannity later said he has no bones to pick against Kelly — he just wants NBC to release the raw footage,

But whatever your thoughts, Kelly is probably right — the Infowars host “isn’t going away.”

Here’s the full interview. Give it a look and judge for yourself.

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