Presidential Election 2016
Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly have finally ended their feud!
The Republican front-runner and Fox News host met Wednesday at Trump Tower, according to reports. Kelly said the meeting was at her "request" and Kelly called Trump "gracious enough to agree to it."
"We met for about an hour," Kelly said on Wednesday's episode of The Kelly File. "Just the two of us and had a chance to clear the air. Mr. Trump and I discussed the possibility of an interview and I hope we will have news to announce on that soon."
The feud between Trump and Kelly started back in August when Kelly called out Trump for calling women "fat pigs" and "dogs". The next day Trump said of Kelly: "There was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever."
In March, Trump tweeted about Kelly, writing that the host was "crazy" and "average in so many ways."
But the two made peace Wednesday and Fox News issued a statement discussing the possibility of Trump appearing with Kelly for a special interview in May.
"In case you were wondering, yes Trump's doormen appeared a bit stunned when I walked in," Kelly said. "And they too were incredibly gracious."
Trump confirmed the meeting to Sean Hannity at a Fox News town hall in Pittsburgh, but did not disclose what the two discussed.
"She was very, very nice," Trump said of Kelly. "I give her a lot of credit for doing what she did. Let's see what happens."