Megyn Kelly interviewed Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz during election coverage of the primaries on Tuesday night.
Wasserman Schultz complained that the Republican candidates “talking about small hands and their manhood” are “being pretty vulgar,” something that turns off the American people.
Kelly’s epic response? At least “no one’s facing the threat of indictment.”
That is what’s commonly known as a “mic drop.”
Watch the exchange below …
Via the Daily Caller:
During Fox News’ primary election coverage on Tuesday, Wasserman Schultz suggested that candidates in the Republican Party are “talking about small hands and their manhood.” Adding, “I mean really, we need to make sure that the Republicans at their next debate put a parental advisory warning on the screen before it starts because they certainly aren’t talking about the issues that are important to the American people and they’re being pretty vulgar in the process.”
Kelly responded, “You know what the response to that is on the other side which is, ‘Yes, it’s gotten a little vulgar on the GOP side but no one’s facing the threat of indictment.’”
Wasserman Schultz retorted “There’s no-one that’s facing the threat of indictment on our side either Megyn.”
To which we offer this headline in respectful disagreement:
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