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Donald Trump Kicked Out of Republican Gathering Over Megan Kelly’s Menstration Insult

August 8, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Donald Trump Kicked Out of Republican Gathering Over Megan Kelly’s Menstration Insult

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Donald Trump has the right wing of the Republican party seeing red.

Trump was uninvited from a pivotal gathering of conservatives — angered by more Trump venom directed at Fox News’ Megyn Kelly.

In an interview on CNN Friday night, Trump blasted Kelly for bringing up his years of piggish, anti-women remarks, as she questioned him during the Republican debate Thursday.

“You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her — wherever,” Trump said.

Hours later, the leader of the annual Red State Gathering in Atlanta announced on Twitter that the Donald was no longer welcome at the weekend event — and Kelly was asked to join the conference in his place.

“I have rescinded my invitation to Mr.Trump. While I have tried to give him great latitude, his remark about Megyn Kelly was a bridge too far,” organizer Erick Erickson wrote.

“His comment was inappropriate,” Erickson explained in a statement. “It is unfortunate to have to disinvite him. But I just don’t want someone on stage who gets a hostile question from a lady and his first inclination is to imply it was hormonal. It just was wrong.”

Late Friday night, Erickson told the Daily News he made the decision out of “common decency.”

“I mean, come on, you’re going to accuse Megyn Kelly of having her period and that’s why she asked the tough questions … I just think that’s crap.”

Trump was hardly cowed by the snub from Erickson, or the prospect of losing the support of the party’s conservative base, which has catapulted him to No. 1 in the polls.

“This is just another example of weakness through being politically correct,” his campaign said in a statement early Saturday morning.

“For all of the people who were looking forward to Mr. Trump coming, we will miss you. Blame Erick Erickson, your weak and pathetic leader. We’ll now be doing another campaign stop at another location.”

All through Friday, Trump was in full attack mode.

On “Morning Joe” Trump denied he’d made some of the chauvinistic comments brought up during the GOP debate.

“I didn’t say many of those things,” he said. “I don’t know where they got some of these words. Not that I’m an angel, but I don’t recognize some of those words.”

But every one was documented at the time. And Trump added to the list early Friday morning, retweeting a Twitter backer who called Kelly a “bimbo” after calling her “not very good or professional” in a tweet of his own during an hour-long, 3 a.m. Twitter tantrum.

“You really bombed,” he said to her after calling her “overrated and angry.”

He also tagged Fox News contributor Frank Luntz as a “low class slob” because the focus group Luntz conducted didn’t like what they saw of the loudmouth on the debate stage.

“Don’t come to my office looking for business again. You are a clown!” Trump tweeted at Luntz, who first got under his skin a few weeks ago in Iowa when he provoked Trump into insulting John McCain’s war record.

Strangely, Trump was at his gentlest Friday talking about Hillary Clinton. Trump said during the debate that Bill and Hillary Clinton came to his 2005 wedding to Melania Knauss because of his major contributions to her campaigns and the Clintons’ charity.

“I said, ‘Be at my wedding’ and she came to my wedding. She had no choice,” he said.A spokeswoman for Clinton told reporters the two couples were “long established” acquaintances and called the comment hurtful.“It hurt her feelings, I’m sure, to hear him suggest he didn’t actually want her there for her company,” she said.

Trump said Friday he was “joking” about that.

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