Trump stands ground on Kelly controversy
Fox News personality Megyn Kelly should not hold her breath waiting for a Donald Trump apology.
Trump told CNN that Kelly had "blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever" during the first GOP debate.
The Donald stood by those comments in a series of weekend interviews.
"I apologize when I'm wrong. But I haven't been wrong. I mean, I said nothing wrong," Trump told NBC's "Meet the Press."
He said he was upset with the way she questioned him on his history of insults directed at women.
"I'm very much into the whole thing of helping people and helping women," he said on CBS's "Face the Nation." "Women's health issues are such a big thing to me and so important."
Despite the steady stream of controversies, Trump continues to lead the crowded GOP field in the latest post-debate polls.