Trump vs. Megyn Kelly: What you didn’t see

Megyn Kelly co-hosts 'Live with Kelly' post-election

Megyn Kelly has revealed some of her previously unreported encounters with Donald Trump during his incendiary presidential campaign.

The Fox News anchor’s accounts of awkward and anger-laced interactions with the man who is now the U.S. president-elect emerged late Thursday in a New York Times book review of Kelly’s new memoir, “Settle for More.”

Kelly says Trump called Fox News the day before the first Republican presidential primary debate angrily complaining that he’d heard her first question would be “a very pointed question directed at him.” The call unsettled Kelly because what Trump had heard was true, according to the Times review.

A source familiar with the book told CNNMoney that Kelly never directly insinuates that Trump knew the exact question.

“For the record, my book ‘Settle for More’ does not suggest Trump had any debate Qs in advance, nor do I believe that he did,” Kelly tweeted late Thursday.

CNNMoney hasn’t seen a copy of Kelly’s book, which is due to be released Tuesday. But sources familiar with the matter confirmed that the information reported in the Times article was generally accurate. Representatives for Kelly and Fox News declined to comment. A spokeswoman for Trump didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment late Thursday.

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Kelly’s allegation that Trump had some kind of advanced warning about a debate question is likely to cause political waves. Trump criticized Hillary Clinton after it emerged that acting Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile had sent questions to Hillary Clinton’s campaign in advance of a CNN debate and a CNN-TV One town hall.

“So terrible that Crooked [Hillary] didn’t report she got the debate questions from Donna Brazile, if that were me it would have been front page news!” he tweeted earlier this month.

According to the Times article, Kelly’s book also talks about how Trump threatened to unleash “my beautiful Twitter account against you” after her show did a segment that upset him. He later went on to attack Kelly on Twitter after the first primary debate.

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Her book details the abuse she received as a result of Trump’s attacks.

“Every time Trump acted up, it was like he flipped a switch, instantly causing a flood of intense nastiness,” she writes.

Before things turned sour, Trump had apparently tried to win Kelly over, offering to pay for her stay at the Trump SoHo hotel, according to the book.

“This is actually one of the untold stories of the 2016 campaign,” she writes. “I was not the only journalist to whom Trump offered gifts clearly meant to shape coverage. Many reporters have told me that Trump worked hard to offer them something fabulous — from hotel rooms to rides on his 757.”

— Brian Stelter contributed to this report.