Donald Trump called up CNN this evening to rip into Fox News host Megyn Kelly, a moderator at last night's Republican presidential debate. "[Y]ou could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever," Trump told CNN.
"She gets out and she starts asking me all sorts of ridiculous questions you. And you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever, but she was, in my opinion, she was -- off base," said Trump.
"She is a lightweight. I couldn't care less about her."
Kelly asked Trump last night about past misogynist statements he made about women.
"Walmart recalls donkey meat in China,” announced a headline on FoxNews.com last week. The Scrapbook, for one, was incensed: How dastardly to lace edible meat with donkey! We hungered for more information: What were the tainted goods? Were the “100 percent beef” hamburgers at Walmart’s Beijing branch strangely Eeyore-like? Or perhaps it was the “100 percent pork” sausages at the chain’s Shanghai outlet that tasted oddly of burro?
Republican Mitt Romney holds a slim edge over President Obama in a head-to-head matchup, a Fox News poll released Thursday shows. In addition, the poll finds the president’s job rating has dropped to its lowest point of the year.
In a presidential matchup, Romney tops Obama by 46-44 percent if the election were today.
A recent Fox poll vividly illustrates how little support or momentum any potential Republican presidential candidate has yet acquired. This should not be viewed as a particular cause for concern for Republicans — it’s still 10 months until the Iowa caucuses and 19 months until the showdown with President Obama — but it does highlight the degree to which Republican voters seem to be hoping that other candidates will enter this crucial race.