Let's play a game. Read the following quote and try to decide whether your annoyingly overconfident nine-year-old nephew said it after crying during his Little League baseball game or Donald Trump said it while continuing to be Donald Trump:
"I do whine because I want to win and I'm not happy about not winning and I am a whiner and I keep whining and whining until I win."
As a whining nine-year-old and a whining Donald Trump are one and the same, the correct answer is "Why do I even try?" At any rate, Donald Trump is still on his national tour of bullshit, most recently returning to Fox News in the middle of an ongoing controversy stemming from Trump's disgusting, sexist treatment of Megyn Kelly during the recent Fox-televised GOP debate.
The controversy now reportedly encompasses the baffling presence of death threats against Kelly, according to NY Mag's Gabriel Sherman. "[Fox overlord Roger Ailes] made the same choice he always does: follow the ratings, and mend fences with Trump," says Sherman. "But that process has meant that Fox has had to mute its defense of Kelly, who is now watching uneasily as the Fox audience turns on her. According to one high-level source, Kelly has told Fox producers that she’s been getting death threats from Trump supporters."
Though Ailes choosing Trump ratings over his own staff isn't exactly shocking news for the notoriously cutthroat harbinger of far-right extremism, Trump's thoughts on a possible third-party run are a bit more daunting. "I'm running as a Republican, I'm leading in every poll," Trump tells CNN. "I'm leading all over the place and I want to run as a Republican. If I am treated fairly, that's the way it's going to be. But I want to keep that door open. I have to keep that door open because, if something happens where I'm not treated fairly, I may very well use that door."
Oh, please, Trump. Take the nearest exit. Please.