Fox News host Megyn Kelly and GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump have been in a bitter feud ever since the first Republican debate last August. Now, however, it looks like their feud might be coming to an end.
While talking about the Super Tuesday results, Kelly’s cohost Brett Baier told her, “Donald Trump using this night in a news conference that was, Megyn, a different environment, it was a different look. And frankly, it kind of looked presidential.”
Kelly then stunned her viewers by agreeing with Baier.
“(He’s) striking a reasonable tone,” she said, according to Conservative Tribune. “He wasn’t full of the normal bombast. There were a few jabs, but sounding presidential, which will help some of his detractors see him in a different light, perhaps.”
During his victory speech, Trump talked about the unification of the Republican Party, and it seems like his simple-spoken message and common-sense solutions are making him more popular with people who once disliked him.
“(Trump) said, ‘I know it’s hard to believe, but I’m a unifier. Once we get all of this finished, I’m going to go after one person, Hillary Rodham Clinton, if she’s allowed to run.’ That is the one thing that the Republican Party as a whole wants to hear,” Kelly said.
We’re glad to see that Megyn Kelly has finally come around!