Wow! Megyn Kelly Says She Cut Her Hair Off Cuz of Trump

WOW! Trump got in her head so bad she cut her hair off!
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Megyn Kelly opted for a new look after the first FOX News debate.

Kelly said she cut her hair off for the second debate.
Donald Trump skipped that one.

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In August conservative viewers were furious at Megyn Kelly’s attacks on Republican candidates during FOX News debate.

The liberal media, Media Matters, New York Times, MSNBC, Hillary Clinton, etc. praised the FOX News moderators for running the debate like a gossip tabloid TV show.

** Over 65,000 people later signed a petition to have Megyn Kelly banned from future FOX News GOP debates.

Megyn Kelly later told Howard Kurtz she likes to “get into the arena” with the candidates.
She just doesn’t like to get hit back.

This week Megyn Kelly told People Magazine she chopped off her hair due to Trump.
TPNN reported:

Did the “feud” with Donald Trump lead to the striking new look for Megyn Kelly?

The Republican front-runner has millions of supporters cheering his every word and Twitter posting, and just as many critics ready to pull their hair out at the idea of the White House turning into a much shorter Trump Tower. But only one major cable anchor has actually changed her hairstyle, at least in part, because of the billionaire businessman.

In an interview for People magazine’s “2016 Most Beautiful” issue, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly all but admitted the new, short-cropped hairdo she debuted at the Republican primary debate in Iowa in January was inspired by her long-running, highly publicized feud with the reality-TV-star-turned-presidential-candidate.

“I think I was just in a stronger mood,” the “Kelly File” host told the magazine. “We change when we get in a different phase.”

The widely anticipated showdown between Trump and Kelly didn’t materialize at the Des Moines debate, of course. Trump boycotted the Jan. 28 event to stage a competing fundraiser for veterans. The decision not only hurt him in the Iowa caucuses but also led to some bad publicity recently as questions have arisen about where exactly the money from that event is going.

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