Donald Trump can't shut up about his Megyn Kelly feud, even while on Fox News: "Very, very disgraceful"

Just because his target is now set on CNBC, The Donald hasn't forgotten his beef with Kelly

By Sophia Tesfaye

Senior Politics Editor

Published November 4, 2015 3:58PM (EST)

Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump (AP/Andrew Harnik/Reuters/Jim Young/Photo montage by Salon)
Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump (AP/Andrew Harnik/Reuters/Jim Young/Photo montage by Salon)

After nearly a week of whining about last week's CNBC debate, Donald Trump ran to the safe space of Fox News' "Hannity" to continue whining about all the unfair questions that he has had to endure on his way to the top of the Republican presidential field, but this time Trump decided to remind Fox News viewers of his on-again, off-again feud with Fox News host Megyn Kelly.

Although he claimed not to "really care that much" about the CNBC debate moderators, insisting that this is "an issue more for other people," Trump did make sure to rehash his longstanding displeasure with Hannity's colleague while complaining about the debates more broadly.

“They’ve asked me some very negative questions, including your Megyn. They’ve asked me very, very disgraceful questions, frankly,” Trump told Hannity.

Trump argued that Kelly's and CNBC's John Harwood's debate questions were "inappropriate."

Back in August, Trump fans reportedly flooded Kelly with death threats after she dared to ask him about sexist comments he's made in the past.

Watch Trump take yet another swipe at Kelly, this time on Fox News:

(h/t: Mediate)

By Sophia Tesfaye

Sophia Tesfaye is Salon's senior editor for news and politics, and resides in Washington, D.C. You can find her on Twitter at @SophiaTesfaye.

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