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FOX News Demands Trump Apologize To Megyn Kelly

Contributed by on September 5, 2015 at 11:29 am

Donald Trump uses Twitter to speak, to poke and to retweet. Following that exchange, Trump and Ailes reportedly mended ties, which apparently were – however briefly – undone after his Twitter tirade this week.

South Carolina GOP chairman Matt Moore told CNN Tuesday that the party would consider legal action against any candidate who signs and later violates the pledge, which Moore said the state party has required for “decades”. “Does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president?” He admitted that he disagreed with Mr. Ailes’ statement and never did he consider Ms. Kelly as “a quality journalist”. “And to be honest with you, this country doesn’t have time either”, he said.

No, Cruz replied: “I’m not playing that game…” I’ve been very nice to you.

Trump fired back that Kelly’s questioning in the debate was “very unfair”, and he gave no sign that he intends to apologize. He even said that Kelly had “blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever”.

Kelly will face both Trump and Cruz again when she moderates another Republican presidential primary debate with Fox News Channel colleagues Bret Baier and Chris Wallace in January.

Meanwhile, Trump appeared on Fox News Monday night as Wall Street was still reeling from a big day of losses that many link to the falling markets in China.

Maybe his remarks could have been just the tonic the campaign needs, had it not been for his over-the-top criticism of Megyn Kelly.

The Los Angeles Times reports 3.1 million viewers tuned in to her primetime show Monday, her first day back from a 10-day vacation.

Speaking to Fox News, Trump said he would not host the Chinese president if he was in the White House adding, “I’d get him a McDonald’s hamburger”.

Donald Trump and Fox News have been feuding since Trump’s debate tangle with anchor Megyn Kellyealier this month turned into an open flame war.

“Mr. Trump is an interesting man who has captured the attention of the electorate”. Um, it seems that Trump has finally crossed the line with Fox News.

The idea that it’s a “liberal journalist” question to wonder how deportation is going to work in the real world is laughable.

When Mr Ramos asked a question, Mr Trump called on someone else, saying: “Excuse me sit down, you weren’t called”.

Marco Rubio