Trump’s declaration came after a senior advisor told on Monday that the real estate mogul was considering taking the pledge not to run on another party’s ticket if he doesn’t earn the Republican nomination.
As for the public, a hashtag activism #PeriodsAreNotAnInsult erupted on Twitter where women Tweeted to Trump about their periods.
However, in recent days both Trump loyalists and Fox News staffers have made unflattering comments about each other, often in private. That’s why he’s leading in the polls. “Generally speaking”, he said, “in the world of politics, [reporters] didn’t cover my statement the way I said it”. When asked if she should be allowed to participate in the next debate against the top candidates (regardless, apparently of her poll numbers), an overwhelming 93 percent said she should be invited.
“I like how disgusted he is in how things are right now”, 34-year-old Kelly Ray told. Or could they actually support Senator Cruz who has shown an wonderful ability to not get along with anyone in Congress including leaders of his own party.
But the feud between Trump and Fox News, one of the most powerful voices in Republican and conservative circles, appeared to thaw on Monday after the network’s chairman, Roger Ailes, reached out to Trump directly to clear the air. He was the only one on stage to not take the pledge and remained steadfast in his refusal despite repeated questioning.
I’m afraid the gorgeous, stunning, otherwise professional and tuned-in Megyn Kelly absolutely fell of the cliff of political correctness when she proposed that obnoxious, meaningless, nonsensical, biased question for Donald Trump.
Trump returned to the network Tuesday, appearing on “Fox & Friends” and “Hannity”.
Kelly followed up by asking if Trump’s comments are part of what Hillary Clinton has called the “war on women”.
“As far as I’m concerned, I’m fine with it”, Trump said in a freewheeling, 30-minute interview with CNN’s “New Day” when asked about the flap after concluding his interview with Fox. Despite the appeals, campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks said Trump will continue to finance the campaign, but has “been overwhelmed by unsolicited contributions”. What I say – it’s amusing, we’re kidding.