Fox News host Megyn Kelly and activist and MSNBC personality Al Sharpton had a heated exchange Wednesday about the Department of Justice’s findings in the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson. Kelly interviewed Sharpton at his National Action Network event in New York City, and she repeatedly challenged him about his rhetoric about the racially charged case. Police officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Brown, a black teenager, in 2014 and claimed self-defense. Witnesses claimed that Brown had his hands up and was not a threat to Wilson, but a grand jury did not indict Wilson for any crime, leading to riots and a renewed debate about police conduct toward African Americans. The Department of Justice investigation ultimately found Wilson did not violate Brown’s civil rights, and it also found no evidence to disprove Wilson’s belief that his life was in danger that evening. Sharpton, however, maintained that witnesses told him they saw different, and he had no reason to apologize for his charged language about Wilson’s guilt.