Donald Trump: Megyn Kelly’s Sexism Question Was Unprofessional, ‘Really Unfair’
Donald Trump said Fox News host Megyn Kelly‘s question during the Thursday night presidential debate about his past sexist comments was unfair and unprofessional.
“The question on the women, I didn’t say many of those things,” Trump said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. “They said something and they were giving out some words and I don’t remember that on The Apprentice. I don’t know where they got some of the words to be honest with you. In fact, I’m going to have somebody call up and find out where the words came from, because I don’t recognize those words.”
“I just don’t think it’s very professional,” Trump said. “I do say this… if you’re going to do that to me I think it’s great, but you have to do it to everybody else or ease it up. But you can’t do it to Trump. I mean I walked out of the room and people were saying, ‘That was really unfair.'”
Trump also said he believed the first question, in which candidates were asked to raise their hands if they refused to endorse the eventual Republican nominee was a “set-up,” and that every other candidate got “softball questions.”
Watch, via MSNBC.
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