Megyn Kelly Got Trump’s Campaign Manager to Admit He’s ‘Maybe’ a Sexist Prick
It’s no secret that Donald Trump is a misogynist prick whose mouth spews hateful things like it’s a busted open fire hydrant, but until two days ago, nobody on his camp was saying it.
Then Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s new campaign manager, accidentally mentioned Trump’s “abuse” of women during an interview with Fox News saying Trump “made it clear that he came ready to say some rough things if [Clinton] was going to challenge him about his abuse — about his record on women.”
Taking full advantage of this situation, Megyn Kelly proceeded to grill Kellyanne Conway about Trump’s “record on women” on live TV.
“Kellyanne, come on,” Megyn said in response to Kellyanne’s argument that Trump should be applauded for not bringing up Bill’s infidelity during the debates in light of all the negative ads Hilary’s been running against him. “The ads she’s running about him when it comes to his comments on women use his words, Kellyanne.”
Obviously Kellyanne tried to do her best to change the subject and focus on how much of a demon Hillary is, but Megyn wasn’t having it.
“You raised the question, he made a couple of comments over 25 years,” Megyn said. “You know that’s not true. You know he has repeatedly made comments about women, about their looks, their size, their weight, even in this campaign, talking about Carly Fiorina’s face, retweeting a negative picture of Heidi Cruz’s face, criticizing Hillary Clinton in her look — Kellyanne, this is an issue for him, is it not?”
Knowing she was defeated, Conway admitted “maybe,” but maintained her position that Hillary has no reason to keep talking about it because “she’s killing him with women and she sees an advantage there and is trying to exploit it.”
Duh. That’s the point. And he deserves it, so YOLO.
“And my question to you,” Megyn added, “is whether he needs to come up with a better answer than telling Fox & Friends, ‘Well she [Alicia Machando] gained a bunch of weight when she won Miss Universe and it was a real problem.”
For a Fox News correspondent, you’re not half bad Megyn Kelly.
[H/T The Cut]