Megyn Kelly and actor D.L. Hughley argue about racial dialogue in the United States and "throwing out the term racism before it's been proven."
Kelly grilled Hughley on the rush to judgment of condemning police, citing the Michael Brown incident and the "hands up, don't shoot" phrase that came out of that. It was eventually proven that Brown never said that prior to his death at the hands of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
"What I'll tell you is this, not uncommon for you-all to see one thing," Hughley said about white people. "The only place racism doesn't exist is FOX News and the police department. That's the only place."
"That's insulting," Kelly responded. "You just insulted millions watching this channel."
"I'm insulted by the things I hear on this network. So we're even. I could care less about people that insult me on a daily basis," Hughley retorted.
"I think a lot of people on this network have never seen a black man they didn't think deserve it," Hughley said.
"Could you hold the insults for a second so we can have a productive conversation?" Kelly asked her guest.
"Do you know what shuts down all reasonable dialogue is throwing out the term racism before it's been proven," Kelly told Hughley.