Under-the-table operation: The hottest legs in cable news [SLIDESHOW]

Today The Daily Caller reveals a well-kept secret: The women of cable news not only light up our screens in HD, but also sport some pretty fine legs. Though they don’t exactly have the opportunity to show them off like Pam Anderson did in Baywatch, these secret weapons literally (and figuratively) support the important news breaks that are the equivalent of coast-to-coast CPR.

Under those glassy, oddly-lit anchor desks lie some of the best looking legs in broadcasting, and here’s a look at what we think are the cream of the crop — the top-to-bottom secret weapons that just may hold the key to breaking good cable news.

It just might be time to give up on bipartisanship and focus on our love of bipedalship. If you enjoy these pics, then you are officially part of the 100 percent.

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  • Natalie Morales graces us all on NBC's Today's show. But behind her super sweet and darling persona, are some legs to die for.
  • Andrea Tantaros shows off her legs as a co-host and regular in "the leg seat" on the new hit show on Fox, The Five.
  • Though there are pictures floating around the web of Erin Burnett posing for the cover of Maxim magazine, it is not actually her on the cover, just a Photoshopped image. Bummer, we know.
  • The sassy former first lady of San Francisco, Kimberly Guilfoyle is well known for looking hot and sexy when she appears on Fox News. Whether they're late night in the legs chair on Red Eye or early morning on the panel for America's News HQ, Guilfoyle's legs always look incredible.
  • "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski's legs are just what we need to get us up and going in the morning. Too bad she keeps these bad boys under the news table, where she sits in the mornings with Joe Scarborough and Willie Geist.
  • The vivacious S.E. Cupp likes to show off her legs on Fox, particularly on Red Eye
  • Blonde bombshell Megyn Kelly, host of America Live on Fox News, once showed off her legs for GQ magazine. They wrote there, keeping in line with her Fox News tagline: "She reports, we decided she's hot."

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