Donald Trump fired a new salvo Monday in his ongoing feud with Megyn Kelly.
The real estate tycoon-turned-Republican-presidential-front-runner upped the ante against the popular Fox News host when he posted a link on social media to an interview Kelly participated in five years ago with smut-king Howard Stern. The interview is pretty raunchy, from Stern’s end, naturally, and touches on the size of Kelly’s breasts, her husband’s penis size and includes some graphic sex talk.
Trump also offered an opinion who’s more “innocent.”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 10, 2015
Here’s the audio from the interview:
The reaction on social media was immediate, with a mixed bag of responses. Some are ready to move on from Trump’s tussle with Kelly, while others want Trump to pour it on.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
@realDonaldTrump Please get over the Megan thing.Talk to us. Remember, we cling to God and guns and love ‘merica.
— Michael VanDyke (@VanDykeonline) August 10, 2015
@realDonaldTrump Keep digging, Sir. You are doing great.
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) August 10, 2015
.@realDonaldTrump how dare a woman have a vagina, have sex, talk about it and expect to have any professional credibility?
— Danielle (@dchillysauce) August 10, 2015
— Jeffrey Guterman (@JeffreyGuterman) August 10, 2015
— truthiness (@lcopeland2) August 10, 2015
— Erin Balogh (@erinebal29) August 10, 2015
— Ms. Curtis Brooks (@cb74745) August 10, 2015
— IAntiqueOnEtsy (@IAntiqueOnETSY) August 10, 2015
— William Cox (@williamcreedcox) August 10, 2015
@realDonaldTrump you need to expos her in more ways than twitter buy air time then you’re haters want be do quick to jump
— Don (@junkyarddog66) August 10, 2015
— Nhan Le (@nhanlovejc) August 10, 2015
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