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Megyn Kelly and Donald Trump met in New York City Wednesday at the Republican presidential front-runner's Trump Tower in Manhattan.

Kelly said she requested the meeting with Trump and the two sat down for about an hour.

She said the meeting gave them "a chance to clear the air" and that she hopes she'll soon be able to announce an interview.

"Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes has spoken to Donald Trump a few times over the past three months about appearing on a Fox Broadcasting special with Megyn Kelly airing on May 23," Fox News said in a statement on Wednesday. "Kelly has acknowledged in recent interviews that Trump is a fascinating person to cover and has electrified the Republican base."

Backstage at a town hall event Wednesday night in Pittsburgh, Heather Nauert got a chance to speak to the GOP front-runner about his meeting with the "Kelly File" host and what it means.

"Megyn called, and she wanted to come up, and she came up to Trump Tower, and we talked about things. And I think we had a very good conversation," Trump said.

What are we going to see come from that conversation? Nauert asked.

"Time will tell. We'll see what happens, but we had a nice conversation."

Watch Kelly talk about the meeting above, and see Nauert's interview with Trump below.


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