BREAKING: Trump Soaring In Polls Even After Hatchet Attack By FOX… Nice Try Megyn



A Wall Street Journal report indicates that in spite of Trumps critics predicting his poll numbers would fall as a result of the hatchet job FOX did on him, two early polls suggest that isn’t the case at all.

Time Magazine found that Mr. Trump took 47% of almost 55,000 votes.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) of Florida was in second place with just 10%. The Drudge Report’s poll found more than half of nearly 362,000 voters favored Mr. Trump, well above everyone else,” the Wall Street Journal noted.

After Frank Luntz’s made his opinion on Trump’s performance suggesting “tonight his act wore thin,” conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh stood up for Trump, and instead went after Fox News’ performance.

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“I have never seen this kind of public backlash against Fox News personalities since the network launched in 1997,” the radio legend stated.


Even Bloomberg Politics went after Fox News host Megyn Kelly for her questioning comparing it to “something Rachel Maddow would ask.” (H/T Breitbart)

And Bloomberg reported:


A few hours before Thursday’s Fox News debate, a friend of Donald Trump’s confided to me that Trump was nervous. Not about the competition—he could handle them. No, Trump worried about Fox News, and in particular, debate moderator Megyn Kelly. She’d been hammering him all week on her show, and he was certain she was out to get him. He’d canceled a Fox News appearance on Monday night, the friend said, in order to avoid her. (Trump’s spokeswoman wouldn’t confirm or deny this.)

It turns out Trump was right. His toughest opponents Thursday night weren’t the candidates up on stage, but the Fox News moderators, who went right after him—none with more gusto than Kelly…

But Trump saw her coming a mile away and cut her off.


Whatever you might think about how well Donald Trump did in Thursday night’s Republican Primary debate, there is no question the billionaire businessman is winning the most important part of the process: the post-debate spin. The Narrative on almost all the morning shows centered primarily around how Fox News was gunning to take out Trump. If anything, debate co-moderator Megyn Kelly is taking on the most damaging post-debate water.

The very first debate question, asked by Bret Baier, was obviously aimed directly at Trump. For weeks, Trump has refused to dismiss the idea of running as a third party candidate should he lose the GOP nomination. When Baier asked the field of ten to raise their hand if they would not agree here and now to support whoever won the nomination, regardless of what you might think of the question, the whole world knew a target was being placed on Trump’s back.

That was sickening frankly. These are presidential debates for God’s sake. How dare they start off the debate with a direct attack on Trump. What was the point? Divide and conquer? FOX really screwed up unfortunately and have lost a ton of viewers from what I see.

Look, they want Bush. Or Clinton- who knows but they either took their jobs so seriously that they felt the need to be cutting edge and hostile instead of asking legitimate questions about the candidates idea’s and visions. They dug up dirt and confronted the candidates with what was totally irrelevant garbage. We need to focus on discussing REAL issues that are threatening to destroy our nation!

Very disappointed in FOX to say the least. That was ridiculous…


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  1. OldBut YoungMoney says:

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  2. SeahorseKB says:

    FOX NEWS, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace managed to accomplished three very important things during last night’s “debate”, “THE ASSASSINATION OF DONALD TRUMP SHOW”. I want to congratulate you on the multiple successes you accomplished. First, by having been seen by nearly 25 MILLION viewers, you have increased the number of Donald Trump supporters by MILLIONS of Americans. Second, you have succeeded with FOX NEWS becoming part of the liberal main stream media, such as MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, and CNN. Last, but certainly not least, you have succeeded in the loss of at least half of your viewership. CONGRATULATIONS FOR A JOB WELL DONE AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! YOU ARE NOW THE POSTER CHILD FOR HOW TO HELP A CANDIDATE INSTEAD OF HOW TO DESTROY ONE.

    • justavenger says:

      Gosh this is sooooo true, they screwed the pooch real good.
      This is only going to get more out of hand. Grab some popcorn and a comfortable chair.

  3. Tom Wharton says:

    Fox will regret going all JFK on Trump.

  4. Trump needs to learn how to use tack and diplomacy, that’s being able to tell some one to go hell and have them look forward to the trip.

    • justavenger says:

      Yes he does, but he’s crass, vulgar, rude New Yorker through and through.

    • The word you’re searching for is “tact”, not tack – you hang up the pics of your long dead freedoms on a cork board w/ a “tack”. “Tact”, when used at the demand of others, who have their own definitions of what tact means, turns all too quickly into “PC blather”! Get ’em Mr. Trump, go ALL the way!!! Trump 2016!

      Although on second thought, I do like your definition of “telling someone to go to h…etc.”! That’s a very good definition, but I still don’t think, at this point in our country’s demise, when EVERYONE needs to WAKE UP, that “tact” is a quality best used at this moment. We need to be banging trash lids together, bass drums, gongs, bells, whistles and getting all these “low info voters” to shake off their lethargy before they lose their Monday Night Football along w/ any freedom they might have once learned about in school, (pre-fed. gov’t. take-over, that is.)

      Shaking folks up and making them sit up and pay attention is a VERY valuable attribute right now and if it takes knocking down a few cherished notions of “civility”, then that’s what it takes, because the next step is guns and I really don’t want to see that happen. Remember, if he can deal w/ a room fulla chinamen doing a several million dollar deal, I’d say he has tact enough for any three ppl, but now is not the time. Don’t you want a prez w/ the ability to know what works, where and when? I sure do.

  5. Nina Nan Nethery says:

    If you folks want another Obama in office who thinks that he knows all of the answers and everyone else is STUPID, then go ahead and support Mr Trump who acted more like a character on a reality TV show than as someone who is presidential material. He is like Obama in this respect: “my way or the highway” and I, personally, as a 75 year old moderate conservative find it odd that those who claim to support him have forgotten that he was “in bed” with the Democrats in 2008. I watched the debate in its entirety and other candidates were given some difficult questions to see where they stood on certain issues. If “the Donald” can’t stand the heat-he needs to get out of the kitchen as his whole life will be scrutinized as will all of the others who are in the race. We need a statesman/woman in office who can bring us together rather than someone who is going to try to bully everyone to agree with him. We already have one in office doing that and we certainly don’t need another one!

    • Renee Burkett Knight says:

      Ms Nina if you think Hillary is the way to go you are so wrong. Don’t forget she was with obama until her health scare if that even happened. At this point I am tired of all politicians and want our Country back in the top line of defense and wealthy and hopes that if the Good Lord don’t come until I have met him that my kids and grandchildren have something to look forward to in life. Maybe a good business man knows how to do this. The questions he was asked at the debate had nothing to do pretty much about Our Country. They tried to shame him and it didn’t work. He has some very good qualities for getting us back to the great Nation we once were.

      • Nina Nan Nethery says:

        Renee, you misunderstood my post. I am so afraid that Hillary will be the next president of the U.S. IF Mr. Trump chooses to run as a 3rd party candidate and splits the Republican vote. Yes, Mr. Trump is an astute businessman who has been a contributor to the Democratic party in the not too distant past. I do not trust his motives for running at this time in our history. Hillary has so many scandals and one way to bypass those scandals is to split the Republican party vote -it will be to her advantage. At the age of 75, I would like to see a woman, either as president or vice president before I get to heaven, however, I don’t want it to be Hillary. I do not think that we need someone like Mr. Trump either as he is too much like Obama-everybody is STUPID if they don’t agree with me. That is not a quality that I want to see in another president of this country for which my forefathers fought including the American Revolution. My own late father fought in the Pacific theater (Navy) during WWII and I had a maternal uncle who was injured at Guadalcanal in WWII. I think that our country could do better by voting for someone who has some idea of how to deal with criticism without blowing his top and resorting to childlike behavior. Just saying!

        • Trump is the GOP front runner, he doesn’t have to go 3rd party and its driving FOX and the RNC Establishment crazy because he can’t be bought or controlled.

          • Nina Nan Nethery says:

            I had decided to refrain from posting anymore comments about Mr. Trump and his run for the presidency, however, I think that I will make a few observations today. A short time ago, on Fox, some more information was offered re Mr. Trump’s immigration policy. Jeff Sessions, a congressman from Alabama elaborated on some of Trump’s proposals and, by golly, they made a lot of sense. The one that I particularly liked related to companies who are hiring immigrants to come to the states for less wages and displacing American workers, then, in some cases, the American employee is having train the usurper in order to get any severance pay. This is about as un-American as anything that I’ve heard lately. Although this doesn’t apply to our problem with illegal immigration, it certainly does deal with another aspect of the many immigrants coming to this country and taking American jobs of which many are in the technology field. I still find Mr. Trump to be abrasive in many aspects but he does have some very good points and he has not had a problem with “telling it like it is”. That’s all.

  6. Rich Smith says:

    Fox news went after Trump 4 times during this debate to take him down! 1.Megan kelly snarky female attack 2. Brett Bair wanting Trump to make a PLEDGE to the RNC. 3. Charles Krautheimer making a ridculus statement that Trunp blew it ! Totally BS! 4. Frank Luntz crazy focus group which were obviously making something out of nothing! This was a hit job of majestic per portions and guess what! It did not work! People are on to the main stream media lying blacking out the truth to the American people! And Trump goes on!

  7. thomaswritch says:

    Sock it to them Mr. Trump.

  8. This shows you the power the left has and has had over the country. The dominant left-wing news media just keeps bashing and bashing anything related to conservatism week in and week out. With the help of recent rulings by our beloved Supreme Court along with ongoing reckless, hate-filled race-baiters and their ever-compliant mobs patrolling all around the country sowing seeds of dissension and discord, Fox, which has been the only thing really close to a reliable news source now for years has been the target of all the other major news networks. After a while I guess it has sanded them down a bit. It seems clear to me that Trump with his bold and outspoken PC-free message has even Fox scared. I am glad to see his numbers go even higher. Mark Levin was right; what has nominating moderate GOP presidential candidates got us in the last two elections? We’ve been slaughtered that’s what. Here somebody like Trump has captivated the nation with his straight-talk message and a whole lot of people really like it. Frankly we’re tired of these weak insipid politicians tip-toeing around the issues scared to death they are going to step on somebody’s toes or cause somebody or some particular group to get their panties in a wad. If I were one of these other Republican candidates I think I would stop going after Trump and start working on my own message. I would start wondering what it is that Trump is tapping into out there that is getting him these poll numbers. I think all these hits and crack-backs against him by these other GOP candidates has not only helped him but has also hurt those making them. And as long as Trumps numbers stay up, every negative shot or comment made against him from here on will only continue to do that.

  9. Maurice Adelmon says:

    Trump is unstoppable because every-time one of these establishment types (or all of them at once) go off on him people figure, “hey, he’s not one of them assholes that run this country I like him”.

  10. Honeybadger Trump don’t give a phuqq Megan.

  11. Joe Sanchez says:

    Wrongful conduct always loses, it is very clear when something is wrong and is noticed quickly.

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