Megyn Kelly Talks With Howard Stern: Breasts, Penises, Sex
Megyn Kelly may have suggested that she was turned off by Donald Trump’s sexist remarks, but that didn’t stop her from rollicking with Howard Stern, discussing her breasts and her husband's penis size and engaging in some graphic sex talk.
Stern has been accused of being tough on women, such as in 2013 when he called "Girls" actress Lena Dunham "a little fat girl who kinda looks like Jonah Hill, and she keeps taking her clothes off, and it kind of feels like rape." He also is known for having women remove all their clothing during his radio broadcasts while he ogles and describes them.
In a 2010 interview, the Fox News star laughed with glee as Stern talked about her breasts.
"We used to call them 'Killer B's' then when I got pregnant they became 'Swimmin' C's' and Doug was frolicking in the ocean," Kelly said of her husband, author Douglas Brunt.
Stern asked whether she would have considered not marrying Brunt if his penis had been small.
"I reject the hypotheticals. There's no issues there," Kelly said, laughing. "I've never had to choose. Let's put it that way."
She also talked about having sex with Brunt even while she was pregnant – into the third trimester.
Kelly was one of the moderators in Thursday's Fox News debate and asked Trump about tweets he has made insulting women's appearance. Trump and his critics have called the question inappropriate.
Trump then got into trouble the next day when he told CNN's Don Lemon that Kelly was gunning for him and was so angry at him that blood was coming from her eyes and "from her wherever."
Critics slammed that as a reference to a woman's menstrual cycle, but Trump said Sunday he was referring to her nose or ears.
Trump, for his part, said he has called Rosie O’Donnell a "fat slob" and "dog" but never said it applied to all women. He referred to a lawyer who wanted to breast-feed her child in the middle of a deposition as "disgusting" – not as a "disgusting animal."
His reference to women on their knees comes from a comment in "The Apprentice" where Trump was talking about a person on the show kneeling to beg, not to commit a sex act.
Walid and Theodore Shoebat on their website Shoebat.com, called Kelly a hypocrite for criticizing Trump after her lewd conversation on Stern's show.
"She laughs and is okay with Stern discussing penises, breasts, in a very trashy nonchalant way," the Shoebats write.
Stern, they say, is a "sleaze bucket who utterly despises women." So for Kelly to claim she favors women's rights when questioning Trump's own treatment of women is hypocritical, they say.
Kelly is the one who owes women an apology, not Trump for making comments about Kelly, the Shoebats argue.
"Apologize and let's all move on," they write. "What man would allow his daughter or wife to get on some public adult radio and have a sleaze bucket talk sex with them? This is not a private matter. Kelly made this public."