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Donald Trump Renews His Attacks on Megyn Kelly

Mar 16, 2016

Donald Trump celebrated his big primary wins on Tuesday in part by renewing his public disdain for Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.

"Can't watch Crazy Megyn anymore," he tweeted on Tuesday evening. "Talks about me at 43% but never mentions that there are four people in race. With two people, big & over!"

Several minutes later, he added, "Watching other networks and local news. Really good night! Crazy @megynkelly is unwatchable."

Throughout the night, Trump also retweeted fans who expressed their own disdain for Kelly.

Trump previously sparred with Kelly after the August debate when he said she had come after him unfairly as moderator, with "blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever." He later refused to take part in another debate she moderated in January.

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