Megyn Kelly is a journalist in the news once again.

The "Kelly File" host sat down with Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump for an anticipated interview airing on May 17, 2016, after their feud, which began at the first GOP debate in August 2015.

Back then, Donald came under fire when he spoke about Megyn's questions during the debate. Donald told CNN's Don Lemon, "You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her wherever." But it didn't end there. He later called her "highly overrated and crazy," retweeted a follower who called her a "bimbo" and called for a boycott of her show.

On May 17, "Megyn Kelly Presents" was an opportunity for the two to bury the hatchet, and they did just that. But Megyn didn't let Donald off the hook. takes a look at not only Megyn's quick wit from last night, but all the times she made us say, "You go girl!"

1.) During the interview on Tuesday night, Donald spoke about how he believes journalists should be "fair" but not necessarily "nice."

"I might have said they weren't nice, but that doesn't mean that they have to be nice," he said.

"You know it's not a cocktail party," Megyn fired back.

2.) Donald and Megyn also talked bullying during their discussion. "Most kids between the ages of six and sixteen have been bullied at some point in their lives," she told him. "Were you ever bullied?"

He responded, "No I wasn't, but I have seen bullying. And bullying doesn't have to just be as a child," he continued. "I know people that are bullied when they're 55 years old."

To this, Megyn responded with a jab that implied that he bullied her. "It can happen when you're 45," she said. Megyn is 45.

3.) But it was not just last night that her comebacks were on point. On Aug. 9, 2015, Megyn took down the critics who did not approve of her questions for Donald.

"If [the candidate] can't get past me, how are you going to handle Vladimir Putin?" she asked the Fox News audience.

4.) On Aug. 9, Megyn also foreshadowed their making amends on public television when she responded to the backlash with Howard Kurtz.

"When it comes to someone like Donald Trump, who complained, that's fine! This is a big night for him, and it was the first time he ever participated in a presidential debate. I'm sure the nerves were high...But I get it. He's in the arena and so am I," she said. "So, it's okay with me that there's some consternation. I'm sure he'll get over that and we'll be fine and so will America."

5.) Megyn was not apologetic either. On Aug. 11, she told viewers, "Trump, who is the front-runner, will not apologize, and I certainly will not apologize for doing good journalism. So I'll continue doing my job without fear or favor. And Mr. Trump, I expect, will continue with what has been a successful campaign thus far."

And as Donald put it, "they all lived happily ever after."

But will she vote for him? A true journalist never tells!