Megyn Kelly Tries to Backstab Trump Once Again, FailsChris Menahan
May. 18, 2016
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During her much-hyped sit down interview with Donald Trump, the first since she destroyed herself by trying to sabotage him during the first debate, Megyn Kelly tried once again to stab Trump in the back.
While feigning like she wanted "go deep" and ask him "personal" questions, she asked him if anyone has ever hurt him "emotionally."
Trump didn't bite and said "maybe" the death of his brother.
"It was very tough," he said.
Megyn tried again, "has it happened that somebody... has done something to you, to wound you?
"Well, I don't know," Trump said, "I can say this, it can be something I could certainly think about, and come back with..."
Once again he dodged her setup, and sure enough it was a setup.
Megyn tried once again to get him to go deep: "Most kids between the ages of six and sixteen have been bullied at some point in their lives. Were you ever bullied?"
"No, I wasn't," Trump responded, "But I have seen bullying. And bullying doesn't have to just be as a child, I know people that are bullied when they're 55 years old."
Kelly interjects, "It can happen when you're 45," referring to herself.
"It happens, right. But, you got to get over it," Trump said. "Fight back, do whatever you have to do. I have been saying during this whole campaign I'm a counter puncher, you understand that. I'm responding. Now, I then respond times maybe ten, I don't know, I respond pretty strongly. But, in just about all cases I have been responding to what they did to me."
Finally, the real intention of her phony emotional setup was revealed when she outright accused Trump of being a bully: "Most American parents try to raise their kids to not bully, to not name-call, to not tease, not taunt, how can they effectively bring that message when the front-runner for the Republican nomination does all of those things?"
Of course, her attempted back stab held no weight at this point because he already said he's never been bullied and established he's a counter puncher.
"I'm responding," Trump said, "in just about all cases I'm responding to what they did to me, so it's not a one way street."
Trump sniffed out she was going for a back stab the entire time, went with none of her emotional nonsense, and expertly diffused the situation.
Well done, sir.
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