Professional used car salesman Donald Trump has continued making the rounds of cable news programs in the days since he made "deviant" comments about Fox News host Megyn Kelly and "blood coming out of her wherever." There's been a lot of the usual Trump blubbering (more on that later!) but one thing stuck out in particular: Trump gave his two cents about the Bernie Sanders rally that was taken over by some Black Lives Matter protesters in Seattle.

But first, gotta sell some hats!

"I would never give up my microphone. I thought that was disgusting. That showed such weakness, the way he was taken away by two young women— the microphone; they just took the whole place over," Trump told reporters, according to CNN. "Two young women!" It's bad enough Sanders was humiliated in public by his own weakness—but can you IMAGINE being humiliated by women?! What a loser.

The Washington Post has more of Trump's declarations:

At the press conference, he happily contrasted the receptions he got to a weekend incident in Seattle, where Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) lost the mic at a rally to protesters who demanded that "racist progressives" were not talking enough about black lives.

"That will never happen with me," said Trump. "I don't know if I'll do the fighting myself, or if other people will. It was a disgrace. I felt badly for him, but it showed that he was weak. You know what? He's getting the biggest crowds, and we're getting the biggest crowds. We're the ones getting the crowds. But that's never going to happen to Trump."

Losers get their mics stolen by women. Winners get made fun of by Azealia Banks.

Trump definitely has no issues with women, as he's repeated again and again over the last couple of days. It doesn't matter how much evidence of his crude, loathsome behavior toward women there is out there. Trump's female fans (yes, he really has female fans) support him! And now even Fox News supports him.

So what's the secret to Trump's success? Two things: modeling his campaign and his persona after the WWE, and whining. Constant, never-ending whining. Here's what Trump said on CNN yesterday:

"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," Trump told CNN's Chris Cuomo on Tuesday.

The group who must be most in favor of Trump's candidacy has to be late night comedians. Stephen Colbert is stuck "dry-Trumping" and praying Trump stays in the race by the time he is back on air in September. And Jimmy Fallon is doing some of his best impression work in months.