Politics & Policy

Lowry: Carly Cut Off Trump’s Balls ‘with the Precision of a Surgeon’ at Second Debate

'Let's be honest.'

National Review Editor Rich Lowry told Megyn Kelly last night that Carly Fiorina “cut off” Donald Trump’s “balls with the precision of a surgeon” at the Reagan Library GOP debate:

KELLY: “Let’s start with that. People say it’s sexist to say her business career was a disaster. Has anybody said that?”

LOWRY: “No, no one disputes that. Trump obviously attacks everyone but she’s become a much bigger target, and I think part of what’s going on here is that last debate. Let’s be honest. Carly cut his balls off with the precision of a surgeon.”

KELLY: “What did you just say?”

LOWRY: “He knows it.”

KELLY: “You can’t say that.”

LOWRY: “He knows he insulted and bullied his way to the top of the polls. No one was able to best him ever, except for this tough lady on that stage. And it must kill him. He must be simmering about it to this night.”

Trump, appearing this morning on Morning Joe, said Lowry “lost control of himself”:

Fox doesn’t treat me fairly. Megyn Kelly — I mean, you had this loser on last night, this guy Lowry, I have never even heard of him. He was so out of control, he lost control of himself. It was actually sad. He lost control of himself last night with what he said. And I guess you got to take a guy like that off the air, but … I watched it, actually. I was actually watching. I was on the plane. I came back from South Carolina. We had an amazing day in South Carolina, frankly. Incredible. With the crowds. And I will tell you, I’ve never seen anything like it. The level of hatred of him and George Will, of Krauthammer. And that’s because I guess they were so wrong because they said, number one, I wouldn’t run. And then after I ran they said, well, he’s just doing this for fun; he’s just having a good time. This isn’t about having a good time. It’s about making America great again. All of them have been so wrong and the level of hatred and animosity is incredible. 

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