Trump and others get post-debate boost

“Twenty-six percent of college or college-bound students said Trump won the debate”, The Hill reports.


“We’re going to keep the door open”, Trump told Fox News in a telephone interview.

Witness that part of his reaction to Kelly after the debate included him retweeting someone else’s Twitter post calling Kelly a “bimbo”. Some even suggested her ratings had taking a hit, but Kelly actually saw spikes this past week of 3 million viewers.

While Trump initially doubled down on his criticism of Megyn Kelly, he softened his tone on women in a phone interview with CNN this week, saying, “I cherish women”. Women are having a good time live tweeting about their periods and trolling Donald Trump, who may or may not think twice before getting so personal with a female. “Because somebody doesn’t think the way I do, doesn’t mean that I can’t care about them or can’t love them”, Kasich said, to much applause, during the debate. You can’t just attack the person asking the questions.

Trump added, “And Roger knows that’s not the way to talk to me”.

Ted Cruz’s and Donald Trump’s performances received 11 percent support each, while the remaining participants rated in the single digits.

According to NBC News, she said she wouldn’t respond to Trump’s remarks about her after the debate.

As one of the moderators for the debate, Megyn Kelly was tasked with lobbing the questions at the potential candidates, but some say she zeroed in on Trump from the beginning.

Perhaps worse, though, is that such ignorance will only empower Trump to continue a campaign driven more by insults and inflammatory statements than clear position statements and detailed solutions to important issues. “Blood coming out of her wherever”.

Trump launched a war or words against Fox last week, accusing the network of “unfair” treatment. “And Mr. Trump I expect will continue with what has been a successful campaign thus far“.

Presidential candidates are focused on Iowa because of the close number of Republican and Democratic voters, making it a swing state.


He said he turned down the request to appear on “Fox News Sunday” because he’s bitter about things Wallace has said about him. “I’m leading all over the place and I want to run as a Republican“, he told CNN’s Chris Cuomo.

Lorain County woman stands behind GOP frontrunner Donald Trump