Trump Was Castrated In Last Debate, Says Rich Lowry On Fox News

Trump demands an apology and calls on FCC to fine the cable network.

The war of words between Donald Trump and Fox News reached new levels on Wednesday when one of the network's talking heads said the Republican presidential frontrunner had been figuratively castrated by Carly Fiorina in last week's debate.

"Let’s be honest: Carly cut his balls off with the precision of a surgeon, and he knows it," National Review editor and Fox News contributor Rich Lowry told "The Kelly File" host Megyn Kelly.

"What did you just say?" asked Kelly, who has been a frequent target of Trump's wrath. "You can't say that."

Earlier this week, Trump called Lowry "one of the dumbest of the talking heads," and on Wednesday announced he was boycotting Fox News.

Trump's boycott apparently does not extend to watching the network as he quickly took to Twitter to call on the FCC to fine Lowry over the "balls" remark:

Fox News, however, is not a broadcast network but a cable channel, and thus is not subject to the agency's rules on obscenity, profanity and indecency.

Trump is also demanding an apology:

Lowry responded with some tweets of his own:

Lowry also began retweeting anti-Trump sentiments, many of which had the hashtag #NoBallsTrump.

Trump is scheduled to appear on both CNN and MSNBC on Thursday morning. Stay tuned.

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