Megyn Kelly launches new attack on President Trump (video)

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On her NBC “Today” show Friday morning, host Megyn Kelly went after President Trump over his remarks about newly accused Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.).

Kelly’s ultimate downfall from her previous position at Fox News began when she attacked then-candidate Donald Trump during a 2016 presidential debate.

Friday, she pounded away again, over his Twitter post from the night before, which stated, “The Al Frankenstien picture is really bad, speaks a thousand words. Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps? And to think that just last week he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women. Lesley Stahl tape?”

“Speaking of all-time low, we could soon have not one, but two, sitting U.S. senators accused of sexual assault – not to mention our president,” Kelly smugly declared.

“Fear not, women of America, all is well!” she claimed, as she went on to describe the sexual assault claims launched against Franken.

“Last night, President Trump felt the need to weigh in on this,” Kelly said, quoting his Twitter post.

Then she dramatically exclaimed, “Who that has been accused of sexual assault would have the GALL to preach to others about sexual misconduct – how infuriating that would be? How tone deaf, Mr. President!”

Watch video below for the complete segment, as she discussed allegations raised against both Franken and senate candidate Judge Roy Moore, but mocked President Trump for speaking out against Franken.

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