Donald Trump Avoids Nazi Salute at Rally, Instead Bashes Fox News ‘Flunkies’

GOP frontrunner hasn’t responded to reports of Nazi chants at his Monday rally; goes on another Twitter tirade against Fox News’ star anchor

On Tuesday, Donald Trump chose to avoid reports that some of his supporters chanted Nazi salutes and made death threats toward Black Lives Matter protesters during his Monday rally, instead ranting against one of his favorite targets: Megyn Kelly.

Kelly and Fox News drew the ire of the Donald for an error relating to its airing of a Monmouth University Poll showing Trump ahead of second place Ted Cruz, 41 percent to 14 percent.

“. is very bad at math. She was totally unable to figure out the difference between me and Cruz in the new Monmouth Poll 41to14,” he tweeted.

The Donald, who hasn’t shied away from going at it with the No. 1 cable news network,

And never to stop at just two negative tweets, Trump went for the Fox-bashing trifecta.

Responding to the GOP frontrunner’s criticisms, a Fox News spokesperson told TheWrap that Kelly’s on-air poll graphic was correct; the error was in one of the show’s scripts, which will be corrected tonight.

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer has the tall task of taming Trump at 8 p.m. ET during CNN’s GOP debate.

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