She told Megyn Kelly that while she’s not happy to see anyone lose their job, she thinks it would be “detrimental to the country” if someone like Lewandowski was anywhere near in the White House because of the kind of behavior he’s exhibited.
In an aside, Kelly herself confirmed that she was personally threatened once by Lewandowski, though she did not go into details.
More analytically, Fields said removing Lewandowski was a good move because he’s not a seasoned political veteran and he has no idea how to run a national presidential campaign.
Kelly asked if, given what Lewandowski did to her, she feels vindicated today.
“I do, I do feel vindicated,” she said.
Watch her response in the clip above, via Fox News.
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