Megyn Kelly and Donald Trump were reunited at Thursday night’s Fox News debate.
Kelly did not ask the Republican a front-runner a question for the first 30 minutes of the debate, but when she did about his immigration policies, Trump greeted her by saying; ‘Nice to be with you Megyn. You’re looking well.’
The Fox News host was cordial, but focused all night as she forced Trump to answer questions about policy and did not allow him to speak over her like he was doing with some of the other candidates on the stage.
Kelly at one point played video examples of times Trump changed his political stances and soon after pointed out the lawsuits that had been filed against him and Trump University.
‘We have a 98% approval rating, we have an A from the Better Business Bureau and people like it,’ Trump said of Trump University.
Kelly immediately responded by saying; ‘The rating from the BBB was a D- and it was a result of a number of complaints they received.’
She then pointed out that ‘there’s a class action of 5,000 people’ saying these people included ‘veterans’ and ‘teachers.’
‘The plaintiffs against you are like the Madoff victims,’ said Kelly at one point, before reading the opinion handed down by the US Court of Appeals, which said; ‘… victims of con artists often sing the praises of their victimizers until they realize that they have been fleeced.’
‘Give me break,’ said Trump.
‘Lets see what happens in a couple of years.’