First, he reminded viewers, "I was fantastic. The ratings were huge."
And then he explained his comment about the Fox News anchor's blood.
"Yesterday I called Megyn Kelly to personally not apologize when I said blood was coming out of her wherever," Fallon (as Trump) began. "I obviously meant nose and ears. If you think I was talking about something else you're a deviant. I was not referring to hormones or menstruation. Period."
After "Trump" got that out of the way, it made room for explanations of other controversial comments he has said. While many are still focused on his comments about Kelly, "Trump" moved on to talk about his wife—and her melons.
"Last week when I said that my wife Melania had the best melons in the world. Of course, I meant her honeydew melons, which by the way can't be beat," he said. "Only a deviant would think I was talking about her boobs, which by the way are classy and fantastic."
Carly Fiorina, another contender gunning for the nomination, didn't walk away from Fallon-Trump's observations either. While talking about her "junk in the trunk," he explained that he was obviously talking about the stuff she keeps in the back of her Hyundai Sonata.
"It's like a Costco back there," he said. He also added that she keeps the large cans of Juicy Juice in her trunk, something that doesn't fit well with the business mogul. "I prefer juice drinks that don't come in a paint can, ok? Deviant."
While it seems that viewers and media are somehow both misinterpreting his double entendres, "Trump" went on to clarify one other "deviant" comment.
"Or when I said me and Gary Busey like it do it doggy style, I just meant that sometimes I'll toss a Frisbee and he'll catch it in his mouth like a dog," he said. "What else could that possibly mean?"
Not a clue, "Trump!" Watch the video above to see what other comments he made that didn't quite come out the right way.
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