GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney‘s interview with Megyn Kelly yesterday ended abruptly, as there was a “hard break.” Kelly had to cut off Romney to ensure that the network made the break:

The way the interview ended started a mini-scandal, with MSNBC’s Mika Brzensinski calling Kelly “rude” for cutting Romney off.

Today, Romney was interviewed by Bill Hemmer on FNC, and he is scheduled to be on “Hannity” this evening. Politico’s Dylan Byers wrote: “[I]t is widely assumed that today’s appearance was meant as a makeup session between the two parties.”

A Fox News spokesperson tells TVNewser that the interviews with Hemmer and Hannity “were booked well in advance” of Kelly’s interview, and were not any sort of “makeup.” Romney is in New York City for a handful of fundraisers.

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