Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly has temporarily bid goodbye to her show’s viewers as she will be on a 10-day vacation following Donald Trump’s “blood” comments after a GOP heated debate.
Democrats held a rally ahead of Trump’s appearance, protesting what they called “his harmful attacks on Mexican Americans, veterans and women”. Ted Cruz at 10% and businesswoman Carly Fiorina at 9%. Still, there’s no question that she’s handling this Trump debacle in exactly the right way, and that gives me some hope.
“He has said so many homophobic, racist and sexist things”, said the 21-year-old, who drove from her home in Port Huron. “Trump is going to have a hard time putting this issue to rest and moving beyond it in the short term”.
“When I said ‘blood was coming out of her wherever, ‘ I obviously meant nose and ear”, said the amusing man in his Trump rhetoric. So I’ll continue doing my job without fear or favor, and Mr. Trump, I expect, will continue with what has been a successful campaign thus far. I’ll watch debates when they get down to two people, which is what an actual debate is supposed to be. “So I’ll be taking the next week and a half off, spending some time with my husband and my kids, trying to relax”.
A nicer kinder Donald Trump arrived in Saginaw to address a local republican fundraiser Tuesday night.
However, on Monday, Trump appeared to have made peace with the network and Ailes, and the latter likewise assured Trump that he would be “treated fairly” on Fox News.
Trump has also refused to apologize for suggesting in July that Arizona Senator John McCain is not a war hero “because he was captured” and spent five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. She clearly had a “bone to pick” with him, the former reality television star told CNN.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Trump, who is the front-runner, will not apologize, and I certainly will not apologize for doing good journalism.
In two polls conducted in Iowa and New Hampshire after the Republican primary debate, Donald Trump claimed the No. 1 spot. He continued, “If I am treated fairly that’s the way it’s going to be but I want to keep that door open”.
Just last week, though, Trump had said he would shut down the government to defund Planned Parenthood as a whole.