Trump Tries To Shame Megyn Kelly Over 2010 Stern Interview About Breasts

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August 10, 2015 10:12 a.m.

Former reality television star Donald Trump continued to wage war against Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly by tweeting out a link on Monday to a report of a racy interview she gave to radio shock jock Howard Stern in 2010.

The Republican presidential candidate has been going after Kelly since she moderated the first GOP debate last week and asked him about some of the sexist phrases he has used to describe women.

On Friday, Trump attacked Kelly by saying she had “blood coming out of her wherever” when she asked the question.

On Sunday, the conservative news site Newsmax resurfaced the 2010 interview from Stern’s show. The Newsmax headline was “Megyn Kelly Talks With Howard Stern: Breasts, Penises, Sex.”

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By Monday morning, Trump was using it to attack Kelly even more.

Kelly gave the interview on Stern’s radio program in 2010. By Stern standards, it was a pretty vanilla interview. Like many of Stern’s interviewees, Kelly talked about her sex life, husband, and the pressure to be, as Stern put it, one of “the Fox beauties.” Her only specific answer was her bra cup size.

“We used to call them ‘Killer B’s’ then when I got pregnant they became ‘Swimmin’ C’s’ and Doug (her husband) was frolicking in the ocean,” Kelly said

Here’s a Politico write-up from 2010.

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