Donald Trump told CNN on Friday that Fox News host Megyn Kelly had "blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever" during Thursday night's GOP presidential debate.
"She gets out and she starts asking me all sorts of ridiculous questions you. And you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever, but she was, in my opinion, she was -- off base.
"She is a lightweight. I couldn't care less about her," Trump said.
Trump had no substance. He is usually not the clown he’s made out to be. Often, he gives incisive, thoughtful and thought-provoking, though usually politically incorrect answers to questions.
Tonight he phoned in his whole performance. He gave the strong impression of someone who had something better to do the past few days than properly prepare for the event. When the event was pitching his suitability to be president, that “something better” had better have been one smoking hot model.
Trump is a deal-maker, which is why so many misinterpreted his non-pledge to run as an independent candidate. The non-pledge is his way of keeping his cards close to his vest, but he's not going to bluff Hillary or Biden into the White House. Not even he knows at the moment exactly what cards he is holding.
If he "evolves" and becomes more substantive now that he got people's attention and keeps near or at the lead, then those cards could be a pair of aces to have some input in the nominee selection. If he fades and the cards are nothing more than two low cards, he'll fold.
Trump doesn't financially need to throw the Democrats a bone for return favors, and if he means what he says about restoring America's greatness, he won't put a Democrat in the White House. Don't mistake a good bluff for solid cards!
Expect his numbers to dip.