For so long most of the media has let Donald Trump hit from the ladies' tee, until last night when this lady teed one up on him:
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MEGYN KELLY, FOX NEWS DEBATE MODERATOR: Your campaign website, to this day, argues that more visas for highly skilled workers would quote, "decimate American workers." However, at the CNBC debate you spoke enthusiastically in favor of these visas. So which is it?
DONALD TRUMP, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I'm changing. I'm hanging. We need highly skilled people in this country. And if we can't do it, we'll get them in.
KELLY: So you -- you are abandoning the position on your website?
TRUMP: I'm changing it and I'm softening the position because we have to have talented people in this country.
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GUTFELD: So he's changed. I like that. Good for him. I applaud him for admitting this, and Megyn, as well, for asking that important question.
But it is weird. Days ago, he championed American workers replaced at Disney, then last night defended the use of foreign tech workers. That's got to be a record flip-flop.
Now the definition of "establishment" is one who seeks power and does anything to hold on to it -- meaning: say anything to get elected and then abandon the promises. We just saw that from the man who condemns it in others. Quote, "they're taking our jobs" is now, "we have to have talented people in this country." I absolutely agree, but I wonder how others feel. Has anyone checked in on David Duke?
But we can change our minds, and at least he did it before the election, not after. The question is would he have told us if we didn't ask? Last night we learned a little more about a potential president, and that is: We know very little at all. It is all in his head and it is subject to change based on what? Does anyone know? Does he really know?
Meanwhile, Hillary tweeted this joke, mocking the debate. That's a picture of her rubbing her temples at a Benghazi hearing. Yes, a presumptive nominee used a hearing about the deaths of four Americans as a punch line about a debate. Sorry, nothing from the Republican debate comes even close to that classless act. She can't be president and there is no debating that.
Greg Gutfeld currently serves as host of FOX News Channel's (FNC) The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays 10-11PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays 9-10PM/ET). He joined the network in 2007 as a contributor. Click here for more information on Greg Gutfeld.