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Trump: I Didn't Really Boycott Megyn Kelly

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By    |   Tuesday, 17 May 2016 09:33 PM

Donald Trump admitted in an interview broadcast Tuesday that he didn't really completely boycott Megyn Kelly's Fox News Channel Show.

Trump urged his Twitter followers to boycott "The Kelly File" in March over what he perceived to be biased coverage against him.


During a "rapid-fire" session of questions and answers during Kelly's primetime Fox broadcast special, Kelly asked Trump about his favorite movie ("Citizen Kane") and favorite book, besides the Bible and his own "The Art of the Deal." ("All Quiet on the Western Front.")

But Trump said he doesn't have much time to read anything anymore because he's always watching Fox News coverage of his presidential candidancy.

"I'm watching you all the time, OK?" Trump said.

"I knew it!" Kelly shot back.

"I'm watching [Bill] O'Reilly all the time, I'm watching [Sean]Hannity. I'm watching Greta [Van Susteren]," he said, reeling off the entire Fox News prime time lineup.

"Be honest," Kelly said. "You didn't really boycott."

"Uh ... a little bit," Trump said. "Not as much as I want people to believe."

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