In a "60 Minutes" interview, the new Democratic congresswoman said the president's words are "historic dog whistles of white supremacy."
"Watch what happens to [Kelly] after this election is over," Dan Scavio tweeted after an on-air argument between Kelly and Newt Gingrich.
An on-air dispute between Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly and longtime Fox guest and contributor Newt Gingrich ended with a member of the Trump campaign saying, "Watch what happens to [Kelly] after this election is over."
"He's talking about women as if they don't have a right to consent to the way someone touches them. This is how sexual violence becomes accepted in our culture."
During Sunday's presidential debate, Trump denied that his leaked comments from 2005 indicated sexual assault and insisted they were nothing more than "locker room talk."
Pro-gun, anti-LGBT officials suddenly "stand with" gay community.
The same people who have expended tremendous energy and taxpayer dollars to deny the rights of LGBT people and who have refused to block gun sales to suspected terrorists and people convicted of hate crimes this week went out of their way to express their condolences to the victims of the Orlando massacre and solidarity with the LGBT community.