What Megyn Kelly just told Glenn Beck about Trump could change everything

Trump is far and away the leading GOP candidate for 2024. But now it’s all up in the air.

Because Megyn Kelly just told Glenn Beck one thing about Trump that could change everything.

Trump is towering above the competition with a 41.2 percentage point lead according to FiveThirtyEight polling averages.

Not only does that mean that he is the favorite to win the nomination, but it means he commands the Republican narrative right now.

One thing many on the Right want is to see an unwavering conservative worldview professed by the eventual nominee.

The economy, illegal immigration, and crime are all concerns.

That doesn’t touch the social projects the Left has been foisting on schools, children, and the general public.

With everything from drag queen story hours in elementary school libraries to non-gendered pronouns in the U.S. military, it’s all on the line.

But Megyn Kelly is worried about where Trump stands on it all.

Kelly spoke with radio presenter and The Blaze founder Glenn Beck on Monday about her interview with Trump, telling Beck that she wishes Trump had offered a better answer to the issue, “Can a man become a woman?” and dismissing Trump’s response as “weak sauce.”

“I really wish he did better on that. I liked Ron DeSantis’ answer, I’m going to be honest, which is ‘No, no, no, no. Obviously, no,’” Kelly said.

“And it’s not determined based on who can give birth. It’s determined by God. And it’s pretty obvious just as soon as you come out of the womb. That’s the way it’s always been. That’s the way it continues to be. Notwithstanding this weird agenda by some activists in this crazy trans-agenda-pushing cult.”

During an appearance on The Megyn Kelly Show, Trump stopped and smiled before responding to Kelly’s question about whether a guy could become a woman.

“In my opinion, you have a man, you have a woman. I think part of it is birth. Can the man give birth? No, no, although they’ll come up with some answer to that also someday. I heard just the other day they have a way that now the man can give birth. No,” Trump said. “I’ll continue my stance on that.”

Kelly also asked the former president if he’s “changed” after announcing in 2016 that he would let Caitlyn Jenner, a biological male, to use the women’s bathroom in Trump Tower and supporting biological guys competing in the Miss Universe pageant.

“Yeah, well, I have [changed],” Trump said. “But look, I knew Caitlyn Jenner … this was a brand new subject. It hadn’t exploded, I mean nobody talked about it really.”

Trump then went on to promote his accomplishments as president, including a ban on transgender persons serving in the military, which was later reversed by President Joe Biden. The former president also stated that enabling children to undergo hormone treatment and sex-change procedures is child “mutilation.”

“I’m so against it,” Trump said. “First of all, many of them I heard like 62% when they grow up, when they’re older, they’re saying, ‘Who did this to me? Why did you do this to me?’” Trump added that he believes “parents have to make the decision,” not school boards.

Kelly pondered whether Trump and his team are seeking to “appease some group of trans voters” in order to recruit more Democratic voters for the 2024 election.

“Even when I had Don Jr. on my show, he was kind of dancing around this issue. I think that they think they’re somehow going to do better with Democrats if they don’t hit this straight on, even though, I mean, 98% of the Republican Party is united on this issue,” Kelly added. “It is not a winner for any Republican to hedge on this.”

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