In a scathing critique of Hillary Clinton's recent late-night talk show appearances, journalist Megyn Kelly accused the former Secretary of State of disregarding voters and telling them, "You don't matter." During the Wednesday, April 3 episode of "The Megyn Kelly Show" podcast, Kelly and guest Glenn Greenwald, an American journalist, took aim at Clinton's endorsement of President Joe Biden as the more "compassionate" candidate in the upcoming 2024 presidential election.

"Hillary Clinton is back, doing a late-night tour... 'Get over yourself. You don't matter. Do what's right for the global citizenry, which is clearly to elect "the compassionate one with the heart,'" Kelly said, mocking Clinton's alleged tone during her appearance on The Tonight Show. She then criticized Biden, saying, "The guy who skipped officer Jonathan Diller's funeral, that fallen cop got shot by somebody who had been under arrest of 21 times...The one who kept checking his watch as the bodies returned from Afghanistan at Dover Air Force Base. That's 'the compassionate one' just in case you weren't paying attention."

Greenwald agreed with Kelly's assessment, suggesting that the Trump campaign should fund a speaking tour for Clinton, as he believes her presence would be beneficial to their cause. "The reason she lost [in 2016] is because Americans couldn't stand her precisely because of this kind of mentality," he claimed. "She's basically saying - not even a pretense of empathy - we don't care about your dissatisfaction you need to do what you're told... [It's] just so entitled and so arrogant and just issuing these decrees to people with no attempt to persuade them."

The duo also called out late-night talk show hosts, including Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon, for promoting a singular "liberal ideology" on their programs rather than showcasing a diverse array of political opinions. Greenwald alleged that this lack of diversity has led to a decline in viewership, stating, "That's why they too have lost. Nobody watches those shows anymore. Those used to be huge cultural forces."

During her appearance on The Tonight Show, Clinton presented voters with "two choices" in the upcoming election. "You know, it's kind of like, one is old and effective and compassionate, has a heart, and really cares about people," she said, describing Biden. "And one is old and has been charged with 91 felonies," she added, referring to Trump. "I don't understand why this is even a hard choice. Really. I don't understand it."

Kelly and Greenwald also discussed the recent hiring and firing of former RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel by NBC. Kelly accused the network of trying to "absolutely ruin" McDaniel on her way out the door, making her "unemployable by anyone else." She also alleged that MSNBC President Rashida Jones and "Meet the Press" host Kristen Welker lied about their involvement in McDaniel's hiring, claiming that Welker had met with McDaniel privately along with another executive, Carrie Budoff Brown, before the hiring decision was made.