Donald Trump may have his eyes on running against Hillary Clinton in the general election, but in the meantime he's stepping up attacks on America's most watched female news anchor.
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The strongly worded riposte is the latest episode in a simmering, months-long feud between the influential television channel and Trump, who took time out of his schedule Thursday to fire off three tweets calling out "crazy" Kelly, America's most-watched female news anchor.Trump this week again trained his sights on Kelly, whose prime-time show "The Kelly File" is the second-most watched program on American cable TV news.Trump, who has called for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States and painted Mexican migrants as rapists, regularly posts messages from others who denigrate Kelly, a former corporate litigator who joined Fox in 2004 as a television reporter.
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