Easily, the most memorable moment from last night's Republican debate was when moderator and Fox News host Megyn Kelly asked Donald Trump about sexist comments he allegedly made in the past.
Kelly cited insults Trump made on his Twitter account and reality show before telling him he will soon have to prove he is not "part of the war on women."
Trump responded by saying he can't always have "total political correctness" and reminded her,
According to The Washington Post, Trump later told reporters he believed his treatment at the debate was "unfair," and he believed Kelly "behaved very badly."
This was followed by over 30 tweets from Trump between 2:30 am and 4:30 am.
He began by retweeting posts calling Kelly a "loser" and a "bimbo."
Many of the tweets suggested Kelly had a personal vendetta against Trump, whom she tried to "attack" but "failed."
It appears Trump still doesn't understand if the other candidates made similar remarks in the past, they would be getting those same questions, too.