Last night, Megyn Kelly, the journalist at the center of Donald Trump’s blowup, about the Fox News Republican debate from last Thursday, that she, in fact, will not apologize for the way she questioned Trump and that “I’ll continue doing my job without fear or favor.” On her news program on Fox, The Kelly File, she spoke about Trump and the aftermath of the fateful debate, “This is a tough business,” she added, “and it’s time now to move forward. She continued by saying she would not respond to the directly to the insults that has been heaped upon her since the event. Kelly continued using a phrase that was attributed to Adolph S. Ochs, “without fear or favor,” that was coined when Ochs declared when operating the New York Times.
Support for Kelly and the questions she posed to all of the candidates were well received by such journalists, Katie Couric, Andrea Mitchell and Jeff Greenfield, have praised the tough questioning. The work of journalists is to explore all avenues of the subject, and this subject was to see who had the most Presidential appearance. Kelly, believes, as another journalist does, that’s a question of how a Presidential candidate feels about half of the world’s population is a question that needs to be asked. When Kelly asked the question regarding women and how could Trump call women, those types of names, she was giving Trump a chance to explain why he made those references about women. As another Republican nominee stated Trump’s reaction, Carly Fiorina told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday on “State of the Union” that “women understood that comment” and it was offensive.
The Trump train though keeps on rolling. New polls show he still leads his opponents by double digits even through Trump has found a new women to torment with tweets. This time it is Republican candidate Carly Fiorina. The Donald tweeted this charming reference “I just realized that if you listen to Carly Fiorina for more than ten minutes straight, you develop a massive headache and then she has “a zero chance” at winning the GOP nomination.” It seems that in polls immediately after the Thursday debate Fiorina showed that she won the debate of the candidates who had a lower poll results. The pundits found that Fiorina was a strong candidate and she received excellent marks for her contribution. Fiorina left a parting shot, “I think you cannot have a president who is thin-skinned. If you think a question is tough, imagine the pressure of actually being in the Oval Office,” she said.