Well, the peace didn't last too long.
It was another 'yuge' night of victories for Donald Trump after he won primaries in Florida, North Carolina and Illinois cementing his position as the leading Republican nominee.
As Trump celebrated, he reignited his feud with a familiar foe – Megyn Kelly.
Can't watch Crazy Megyn anymore. Talks about me at 43% but never mentions that there are four people in race. With two people, big & over!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 16, 2016Watching other networks and local news. Really good night! Crazy @megynkelly is unwatchable.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 16, 2016Trump was upset at Kelly’s coverage of the election results on Fox News, he even called her “Crazy Megyn,” when he responded to supporters tweets.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2016
The next GOP debate will take place Monday in Utah and Kelly is the moderator.
Trump says he's done with debates, now speculation looms that he will skip it.
Trump previously feuded with Kelly after a debate in August and called her unfair. He also said she had “blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.” The media nicknamed the comments a “blood feud.”
In January, he refused to take part in a debate because she was the moderator. Earlier this month, the two reconciled and appeared to bury the hatchet at another Fox News broadcasted GOP debate.
Trump’s current comments seem to have sparked another quarrel.
Aside from Trump winning in three key states, Ohio Governor John Kasich won his home state. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton swept Bernie Sanders and used her victory speech to take aim at Trump.
“Our Commander-in-Chief has to be able to defend or country not embarrass it,” she said.