It was hyped for weeks by Megyn Kelly, and just about the entire Fox News conglomerate. The big sit-down interview between Donald Trump and Fox News host Megyn Kelly since their feud erupted after the first Republican debate back in August of 2015. I’ll provide you the full interview so you can decide for yourself whether it lived up to the hype.

Here is the full video courtesy of YouTube:

Some reaction from NBC News:

Donald Trump’s feud with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly seemed to come to a close Tuesday night with what was less of an apology and more of a let bygones be bygones moment between the two.

Noting that Kelly was the one who called him to set up the olive branch meeting, Trump said, “I have great respect for you that you were able to call me and say, ‘Let’s get together, let’s talk.'”

“I would not have done that,” Trump told Kelly in the pre-taped interview that aired on Fox News Tuesday. Trump noted it was “a negative” that he couldn’t reach out in a similar way.

As far as controversial retweets calling Kelly a “bimbo” Trump sheepishly said “excuse me” before offering that it’s probably “not the most horrible thing” Kelly has had said about her over the course of her life.

“You’ve been called a lot worse,” Trump said with a smile.

Earlier in the interview, the Twitter-loving Republican presumptive nominee acknowledged that it’s the retweets that tend to get him in trouble, calling retweets “more of a killer than the tweets.”

I guess you could say they buried the hatchet, but I felt like a lot of pertinent information got buried right along with it. The choppy editing made it difficult to follow which reactions were genuine, and which were merely implied. It was a fairly boring interview, when compared to most Trump interviews, but maybe that’s what he was aiming for and maybe that’s what Kelly had promised.

Either way, we can sleep at night knowing that the feud, if you want to call it that, has now come to a close. Trump himself seemed pleased with the results:

The “movement,” as he called it, won Oregon handily, as expected.


  1. I loved this interview. I found Donald was very candid and down to earth and I do believe that he would make a great president.
    On top of all that toughness, he is a great candidate and I think he will be a great person for potus.

    • Better to have a crybaby with no clue whatsoever than a coldblooded warhog. Sex don’t matter.
      # clinton 4 devil

        • I ment to reply on the commend above your comment. What i waned to say is that if Clinton and Trump switch genders, it wouldn’t change my view. For me they are both repulsive just on different levels. Sex doesn’t matter for me.

  2. One thing is for certain! The color of the President’s skin does not determine whether or not they will be a great President. I’m sure we may very well find out that the sex of the President will not matter either. If we are unfortunate enough to see Hillary elected in 2016, we will know for sure soon enough.

  3. Wow, what a softball interview. Politicians and those in the media should never be chummy, this is a problem with modern media. Also mates, video is down.

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