Megyn Kelly Hilariously Responds to 'Trump Is Like a Hot Chick' Tweet

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Let’s begin with a bit of history between former Fox News anchor and “Today” host Megyn Kelly and  Donald Trump. The Trump-Kelly Feud, as it were, began on Aug. 6, 2015, at the first Republican presidential debate, when the two had a contentious back-and-forth — and deteriorated from there.

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Kelly, one of the debate’s panelists, asked Trump if he possessed the “temperament” to be president, given the fact that “you’ve called women you don’t like ‘fat pigs,’ ‘dogs,’ ‘slobs’ and ‘disgusting animals.‘”

The day after the debate, Trump said in an interview on CNN that Kelly had “blood coming out of her wherever” when she confronted him about his language toward women — a comment that many took to refer to Kelly’s menstrual cycle. Trump denied that was what he meant.

I report, you decide, but where else could “coming out of her wherever” refer to?

The feud was on — bigly. Trump announced he was boycotting all Fox News shows on September 23, 2016, yet promptly ended his “boycott” just six days later with an appearance on Bill O’Reilly’s show.

Anyway, enough of that.

So on Saturday morning, before Trump took the stage at his Trumpapalooza in Waco, Texas, Twitter Blue-Check John Ziegler tweeted:

Trump is like a hot chick who gives a normal guy (GOP base) the best screwing of his life 1 time (2016) & then that guy spends the next decade putting up with her high maintenance BS, thinking that’s [sic] she’s “the one,” & that any day now that 1 great moment will surely be repeated.

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Clever analogy.

Needless to say, Kelly couldn’t help but respond:

This is funny.
So DeSantis can’t woo w/his spreadsheet (see earlier tweet) & Trump is the hot chick u had a great romp w/but u can’t recapture the magic.
Meanwhile Biden may/may not be alive & Kamala is stuck on repeat in one long Kindergarten lecture flanked by cackles

Ooh, ouch. That left several marks — not to mention the visuals.

Here’s Kelly’s “earlier tweet” she referenced, above:

Great piece by @BlueBoxDave on DeSantis & why his poll #s -so far -aren’t great.
“But just as one cannot successfully woo a woman by showing her a spreadsheet of his good qualities, a candidate needs some magic, some charm, to woo voters.”

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I’m not sure BlueBoxDave or Megyn Kelly got it right, here.

Here’s my point:

The Republican Party of 2023 is as split as it’s ever been, with both Ever-Trump and Never-Trump forces ferociously locked in a pitched battle over… Donald Trump.

It’s long been apparent that, in the eyes of Ever-Trump, Donald Trump is incapable of doing, saying, or writing anything wrong. The more outrageous he becomes, the more outrageous his staunch loyalists become, as well.

Conversely, Trump is incapable of doing, saying, or writing anything right, in the eyes of Never-Trump. Trump could single-handedly cure cancer, and Never-Trump would skewer him for putting oncologists out of work.

Reality? Both sides are wrong.

No one is always right or always wrong. That should go without saying, but the intransigence of both groups stands between GOP reconciliation; if only for the purpose of assuring the candidate with the best chance to recapture the White House from the Democrat Party logically becomes the Republicans’ 2024 nominee.

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The larger point, as it relates to the DeSantis “spreadsheet” and “charm” business, is the Ever-Trumper bloc — so far — largely stands united, as it did in 2016 and 2020, against anyone other than Trump.

In my mind, that doesn’t bode well for a Republican White House win in 2024.

I could be wrong — and I hope I am — but I doubt that I will be.

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