Trump Argues That Deviants Twisted His Words

Donald Trump is attempting to clarify his criticism of Fox News host Megyn Kelly by denying that he suggested she was menstruating, while asking him tough questions at the first Republican presidential debate. Trump said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," "I said nothing wrong whatsoever." He made several call-ins to the Sunday morning shows. He also said he was referring to Kelly's nose when he said on CNN on Friday, “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her — wherever.”

He also added that “Only a deviant” would suggest his remarks were sexist. In addition, he denied claims that his comments about Kelly would hurt his standing among conservatives who follow her by saying “When you say beloved, I would say this, on social media, I am beloved.” On NBC's "Meet the Press," he asserted “When I was attacked viciously by those women, of course, it’s very hard for them to attack me on looks, because I’m so good-looking.”

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