Hillary Clinton responded Monday to controversial comments made by Donald Trump in which he seemingly suggested Fox News host Megyn Kelly pressed him at the GOP debate because she was menstruating.
The Democratic frontrunner dismissed Trump's campaign as mere entertainment, saying she understands it "makes great TV."
"I think the guy went way overboard," Clinton told reporters. "Offensive, outrageous, pick your adjective."
Clinton then attempted to tie Trump's comments to Rubio, contending the Florida senator's stance on abortion is "deeply troubling."
In a followup tweet, she used the same tactic, using Trump's "outrageous" comment to go after the Republican field.
What Trump said about Megyn Kelly is outrageous—but what's really outrageous is Republicans' actual positions on issues that affect women.— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton)1439242431.0
Trump ignited controversy on Friday when he went on the offensive against Kelly.
“You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her — wherever,” he said.
Trump later addressed the comment, which was condemned by prominent conservatives, insisting the "wherever" was actually Kelly's nose.
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