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Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly and Brent Bozell of the Media Research Center discussed a confrontation between Rush Limbaugh and a Republican caller who was upset with the conservative radio host for not "calling out" Donald Trump's "absurd" immigration policies.

Kelly said there's "a lot of finger pointing" and "what feels like a civil war" within the GOP between those who support Trump and and those who don't.

"I think some in the Republican Party want to demonize, let's say Rush or Hannity or whoever it is, for getting behind Trump or not condemning Trump."

She added that it's happening the other way, as well.

"People want to condemn the Never Trumpers for not getting behind a party nominee who's obviously extremely controversial."

Watch the segment above.


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