Popular Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly used tough tactics when questioning Trump during last Thursday’s debate, particularly when asking him about having called women “dogs” and “fat pigs”.
She also addressed Trump’s crude comments about her in a post-debate interview, in which he said Kelly had “blood coming out of her eyes”.
Trump, the real estate developer and former reality TV star who has been dominating the race this summer, made the comments before addressing more than 2,000 people gathered at a Republican fundraising dinner at the Birch Run Expo Center, north of Flint. A few words on that: Apparently Mr. Trump thought the question I asked was unfair and felt I was attacking him.
Trump spoke with Fox’s chairman, Roger Ailes, about the situation on Monday in a conversation that Ailes characterized as “blunt but cordial”.
She began her programme on Monday night by saying it’s “time to move forward” after days of attacks against her from the hotel tycoon and his followers.
Trump never apologized, but he clearly hasn’t given up on the female vote.
Women are not happy with presidential candidate Donald Trump. “I’m anxious about what Republican policies would do to the rest of America’s women”, said Clinton.
In a Tuesday morning interview on CNN’s “New Day“, Trump told Chris Cuomo that he is “the most fabulous whiner” when confronted with an opinion piece that criticized him using the same label.
Some predicted the love affair with Donald Trump would just be a summer fling. So we’re going to keep the door open.
There’s a lot of chatter about who performed the best at the first Republican debate last week-was it Trump?
In an appearance by phone on Fox and Friends, the Republican front-runner pushed back on a Monday report from ABC News that said Trump may promise not to run as a third-party candidate.
In vowing to do her job “without fear or favour” Kelly used a phrase that was popularised by Adolph S. Ochs, in a declaration of principles for The New York Times after he bought it in 1896. “And I believe that irrespective of the conditions by which that life was conceived, or anything else, and for me to be consistent on that belief”, he told NBC News’ Chuck Todd.
Trump said he’s still ironing out the particulars.