Reporter: But here in Iowa, for voters like Mary who made her own trump t-shirt, his talk is striking a chord.
Trump went after Kelly in a series of tweets Monday night, saying that he “liked The Kelly File much better without [Megyn Kelly]”.
Contrary to what Trump might believe, a new Gallup Poll released Tuesday showed that the majority (65 percent) of Hispanics viewed him unfavorably, with only 14 percent holding favorable views.
“Donald Trump rarely apologizes, although in this case, he should”, Ailes said in a statement, calling the tweets “unacceptable” and “disturbing”.
“You, you’re dodging my question“, she said. I don’t think she does a good job.
After Trump’s response, he also retweeted others’ criticisms of Kelly; one called her a “bimbo”, while another compared Kelly to Nancy Grace.
Kelly cut in and asked, “Is it an unfair question?” to which Cruz said, “It is a distraction from how we actually solve the problem”.
The dispute arose Tuesday when Ramos attempted to ask the GOP presidential candidate questions about immigration, while Trump insisted he hadn’t been called on.
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has reignited his war of words with broadcaster Megyn Kelly.
His newest targets embrace his opponents for the Republican presidential nomination – and, as soon as once more, Fox Information anchor Megyn Kelly. That truce was brokered on August 10, when Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes reached out to Trump following a particularly controversial comment he made about Kelly that was widely interpreted as a sexist reference to menstruation. Trump responded by attacking Kelly’s conduct and credibility.
The TV producer also added that Megyn represents the very best of American journalism and all of them on the said network reject the rude and irresponsible attempts that Mr. Trump suggested.
“We should start with focusing on areas of bipartisan agreement”, Cruz said the first time Kelly asked. “Was afraid to confront Dr. Cornel West. No clue on immigration!”
Meanwhile, a new Public Policy Polling survey in the key primary state of New Hampshire showed Trump, at 35 percent, clearly ahead of his GOP competitors.
“Well, it’s not something I’d want to do”, Trump said of ruling out an independent run if he doesn’t win the Republican nomination.