Donald J. Trump’s suggestion that a Fox News journalist had questioned him forcefully at the Republican presidential debate because she was menstruating cost him a speaking slot Saturday night at an influential gathering of conservatives in Atlanta. It also raised new questions about how much longer Republican Party leaders would have to contend with Mr. Trump’s disruptive presence in the primary field.Continuing his complaints about Megyn Kelly, one of the moderators of the debate, in an interview on CNN Friday night, Mr. Trump said, “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.” The remark prompted Erick Erickson, the leader of RedState, the conservative group, to disinvite him.“If your standard-bearer has to resort to that,” Mr. Erickson told hundreds of conservative activists in a packed Atlanta hotel ballroom on Saturday, “we need a new standard-bearer.”
Sunday, August 9, 2015
New York Times carries water for Eric Erickson?
After Megyn Kelly's viscous attack on Donald Trump during the debate, Trump made a comment about blood coming out of her eyes or wherever. Eric Erickson jumped to the conclusion Trump was referring to Kelly's menstrual cycle and dis-invited him from the Red State conservative gathering. Trump claims that is untrue. No one can read Trump's mind, but the New York Tims is fulling backing Eric Erickson's opinion. When the New York Times is on your side, you need to stop and reconsider your opinion.