Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly on Thursday lashed out at "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah for mocking her interview with presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump fires intelligence community inspector general who flagged Ukraine whistleblower complaint Trump organization has laid off over 1000 employees due to pandemic: report Trump invokes Defense Production Act to prevent export of surgical masks, gloves MORE.

Noah late Wednesday ridiculed the interview, which aired Tuesday night, arguing Kelly was too gentle on Trump.


“Megyn Kelly, I don’t get it,” he said on his Comedy Central show. "You’ve spent months lambasting him for sexist comments and now you’re just laughing it off?

“We’re talking about misogyny, not a fart,” Noah added. "Last night’s interview didn’t seem to be about journalism or the Republican Party, or even the election.

“It seemed like it was about two brands, Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly, and whether they could forge a mutually beneficial partnership — just like Chipotle teaming up with bacteria to help you lose weight. Or maybe it was couple’s therapy.”

Kelly and Trump appeared together Tuesday night in the hotly anticipated interview after months of feuding with one another.

Kelly outraged Trump last August by questioning him about his past remarks regarding women during the GOP’s first presidential debate.

Trump on Tuesday said he does not revisit his past mistakes, arguing he remains laser-focused on winning the White House instead.

“To look back and say, ‘Gee whiz, I wish I didn’t do this or that,’ I don’t think that’s good,” he said. "In a certain way, I don’t even think that’s healthy.”

Noah on Wednesday blasted Kelly’s talk with the billionaire, charging that their huddle did not justify the rampant excitement it generated.

“Seriously, the hype for this event was out of control,” he said. "It was like if Apple revealed the new iPhone in the middle of a new Beyonce song in the middle of the new ‘Star Wars’ sequel.

“The world was ready for Megyn Kelly to face the beast with her hard-hitting journalism and unrelenting pursuit of accountability. This was sold as a bloodbath, but in the end, it turned out to be one of those couple’s baths that only exist in the Cialis commercials."