So by now you’ve heard The Donald say on Wednesday night on Fox News in an interview with Bill O’Reilly on the O’Reilly Factor, he’s boycotting the GOP debate. Here we go.
I guess he really just doesn’t want to have to face Megyn Kelly and her questions, although he denies it. Seems to me if a candidate, like Donald Trump can’t face Megyn Kelly, how in the heck is he going to face someone like Putin or the Ayotallah? Is The Donald going to just stamper off? Or better yet call them idiots? Or maybe…blood will be pouring out from wherever.
So the author of “The Art of the Deal” wants to make another deal. We all know… It’s all about, as Jerry Maguire would say, “Show me the money!”
Donald Trump wants to move forward with his own competing event – I guess he thinks he’s the main attraction, and that a debate with Sen. Rick Santorum and Gov. Mike Huckabee would draw a greater audience versus the GOP debate with Sen. Cruz and all the other. Funny guy!
Speaking on “The O’Reilly Factor,” Trump continued his long-running feud with Kelly, who he has been criticizing ever since she challenged him on his derision of women at the first GOP debate, in August.
Most recently we’ve learned from Fox News:
Round 2: Megyn Kelly vs Donald Trump…
“We learned from a secret back channel that the Ayatollah and Putin both intend to treat Donald Trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president — a nefarious source tells us that Trump has his own secret plan to replace the Cabinet with his Twitter followers to see if he should even go to those meetings,” the statement said.
Billionaire candidate Donald Trump is not going to the Fox News debate on Thursday, and he announced on Twitter why he made his final decision.
“It was the childishly written and taunting PR statement by Fox that made me not do the debate,” he wrote on Twitter. “More so than lightweight reporter, Megyn Kelly.”
The statement from Fox News last night was a response to Trump’s Twitter poll, asking his supporters if he should attend the debate.
Seems like now…The Donald is surveying his fans, as if he were on “The Voice” as a contestant and people texting in their vote. Do we really want this Reality Show in the White House?
Read more here.
Most recently, PACs for Ted Cruz for President, Keep The Promise I and Keep The Promise II offered up the sizable donation, $1.5 million for America’s Veterans on Wednesday evening, if Trump would debate Cruz one-on-one in Iowa before Sunday evening.
This is gonna get really interesting, really fast. Stay tuned.
Written by Nancy Hayes
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