Following Donald Trump's slew of Super Tuesday wins, Fox News host Megyn Kelly said she thought the GOP frontrunner displayed a more subdued version of himself during his press conference.
Trump "struck a reasonable tone, he wasn't full of the normal bombast," she said. "There were a few jabs, but [he's] sounding presidential, which will help some of his detractors see him in a different light, perhaps."
Kelly herself has a complicated history with Trump, who criticized her debate moderation style by saying she had "blood coming out of her wherever" and retweeted someone who called her a "bimbo."
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Perhaps Kelly's comments signify that Republicans will change their tune on the Donald, after all.
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