Trump thumps Kelly and Fox News ..... was he right?

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  1. righteousdude2

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    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...n-t-participate-in-fox-newsgoogle-debate.html

    While I agree with Trump that Kelly is carrying deep-seated bias toward him, I do not think his side stepping the debate is the way to handle this situation!

    I happen to watch Kelly every night, as well as Hannity, and ever since the Trump Kelly dustup, I have observed her demeanor, and it is one that seems to be carrying a hidden agenda with Trump, and it is only my opinion, which is why I'd love for him to attend the debate, but I think she has relished having one more shot at him on a national stage.

    If he has a change of heart and attends, I think we could all see just how true the following idiom is when it comes to how Trump took on Kelly after the first debate! Remember: "A woman rejected in love can be very angry and dangerous. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. There is nothing as unpleasant as a woman who has been offended or whose love has not been returned."

    Mr. Trump ought to know this idiom is true, after all he's been through two bad marriages that ended in divorce! I am sure his apprehension or contempt of Kelly is seated within real-life experiences with women!

    What are your thoughts on this stand off between Trump and Megyn Kelly!
     
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    I think it makes for good copy and serves it's purpose. To keep the population entertained and unaware while the two parties continue to allow the money powers that own them to divide and loot the country.
     
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    Kelly isn't scared of Trump, therefore Trump is scared of Kelly.
     
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    I don't care which one of them wins this dispute.
     
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    It is serving to show what a thinned skin narcissistic fool Trump is. We have already had 7 years of that in the Oval office we don't need more of that. I truly think that Trump is the GOP version of Obama and that means he is the last thing we need in the oval office. For a Republican Candidate to think that Fox News is to biased against him is just ridiculous. Now what I think will be even more interesting is to see if the Trump responds to Cruz's challenge of a one on one debate. I would watch that on pay-per-view if I had to since Cruz would run circles around Trump.
     
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    Neither are scared of each other. Trump knows what others know: Kelly hares Trump, and thus can't be fair or balanced.
     
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    Trump is a bully who when someone stands up and becomes a real threat to him in stereotypical fashion of a bully's demeanor he backs down.
     
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    I don't understand the deep seated bias that Trump is claiming. He got asked a tough question at the first debate and he didn't like it. Too bad for him.

    I expect Trump to announce tomorrow morning he's changed his mind and wants to be in the debate. His ego just won't be able to stand missing out on the publicity and pumping up his sycophants.

    If he doesn't show up, I hope his name doesn't get a single mention.
     
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    He's running for President. If this is how he responds when asked questions he didn't like, how will he deal with other world leaders?


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    Trump gets to dodge answering tough questions for a night.

    What a bozo.

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    This really is an ingenious move on his campaign's behalf. Rather than fair and balanced, this move is gonna place an exclamation point on his belief that Fox News is part of the media establishment.
     
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    One of the first things Trump will do after being sworn in will be a world tour to visit other countries and apologize for anything that the US might have done to offend them. Oh wait, that has already been done, so he will be able to get right to work.
    Well first thing he would have to do is shoot someone, and then win the election.
     
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    Here's a fair commentary and invitation for Trump:



    ...should he find the guts.
     
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    Trump is narcissistic and cannot be other than what he desires. His body language is that of one who is used to having his own way and whatever agenda it takes to get his way, he will manipulate the facts.

    There is VERY LITTLE substance to his statements of what he would do other than make deals, build a wall, and then....????

    He has no tax plan, no economic plan, and no revitalization plan that is comparable to what Cruz has placed for the public to consider. What is the only plan? He will get "experts" to solve the problems while HE talks and get glory. That is all he has ever done, be it through lawyers, or bully tactics.

    Can anyone name a single project that Trump has taken on that helped the common person other than as a venture capitalist? What hospital, orphanage, mental health facility, university endowment, political reforms, or a host of other acts of corporate charity can Trump set forth as an example? NONE. Except Trump tower and that is for .................................. the rich and famous.

    And one other thing. There is nothing to brag about when it comes to NYC!

    It stinks!
     
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    You basically described some of those on the board. Whistling
     
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    Trump is a narcissist, I am not sure what kind of a President he would make. That said there was at least one question that was in the vein of the Jerry Springer show. I was disappointed in Megan Kelly. I thought she was an actual news person.

    Trump not showing up doing nothing but good things for him. He is showing that he does not play by the conventional rules, he is his own man, and it is likely that the ratings on the debate will be much lower without him.
     
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    Megan Kelly once appeared on Howard Stern and engaged in a conversation that is not fit to be repeated to polite company. She is a moderate. Fox is moving to the center.
     
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    Yes, I would be interested in reading more about Trump's body language.

    He does not seem to have any comprehensive plans, as you point out, although Sen. Sessions said that Trump had a good plan on illegal immigration.

    Trump is for continuation of ethanol mandates, which should help him with farmers.

    As for Trump's catering to the luxury market, I think his old-money class affiliation is helping him win the GOP establishment because they think that Trump will compromise and make a deal in the long run.

    What is really bad about Trump is his casino ownership. Pure Babylon.
     

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