Fox News' Megyn Kelly scolds CNBC moderator for letting Donald Trump get away with a lie

Megyn Kelly at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit.
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Fox News' Megyn Kelly has plenty of good reasons for wanting to see Donald Trump held accountable for his words — the real estate mogul famously accused her of having "blood coming out of her wherever" when she pushed him on questions of misogyny during the first GOP debate in August. Perhaps that's part of why Kelly was so upset to see one of CNBC's moderators, Becky Quick, let Trump off so lightly on Wednesday night.

The problems started when Quick pressed Trump on immigration, asking about his comments concerning Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who is pro-immigrant workers. Trump shut Quick down, denying he had ever said anything of the sort.

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