It was great while it lasted…but now it’s time to move on Megyn. You should’ve known better than to make the first presidential debate about yourself.
A source at the Fox News Channel tells Breitbart News that staff at the network hope Megyn Kelly will leave soon.

“Everybody in the building is sick of it. We absolutely can’t stand it anymore,” the source said.

There are rumors that Kelly may leave for CNN — and Vanity Fair reported Thursday that Kelly is also considering a move to ABC. In both cases, she is rumored to be considering salary offers less than the $20 million that Fox has reportedly offered her to stay, in exchange for more advantageous working conditions.

There are also worries at Fox about Kelly’s book sales, according to the source. After debuting at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list in mid-November, Kelly’s memoir has fallen to #4 in just a few weeks, and sold fewer than 150,000 units through its first three weeks, according to the most recent figures available from Publishers Weekly.

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HarperCollins — which, like Fox News, is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation — paid Kelly a reported $6 million advance.

The source told Breitbart News that Kelly’s sales figures were disappointing: “For someone with a profile, that’s a disaster, an unmitigated disaster. It’s the biggest loser since Hillary Clinton’s book [Hard Choices].”

Kelly, the source added, “loses a million viewers from O’Reilly. She’s clearly the weakest link in the lineup.”

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