Model and actress Heidi Klum, a longtime Victoria's Secret model, isn't letting a certain attention-grabbing presidential candidate trump her own sense of self worth.
Over the weekend, Donald Trump told a New York Times columnist that he didn't think Klum was as good looking as she used to be. The comment came while being interviewed about past statements he's made about women.
"Sometimes I do go a little bit far," Trump told Maureen Dowd, then added: "Heidi Klum. Sadly, she’s no longer a 10."
"#IHadAGoodRun," Klum tweeted, along with a video that showed a Trump stand-in ripping a number 10 from Klum's chest, only to reveal a 9.99 on her shirt. The video ends with the hashtag "HeidiTrumpsTrump."
Trump's record with women has been in the spotlight since a back-and-forth at the recent Republican debate with Fox News host Megyn Kelly, who asked Trump if she thought some of derogatory remarks about women that he's made in the past were befitting a president.
Trump deflected the comment at the debate, and later said the Fox moderator had "blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever" during the exchange.
That comment stoked his critics, who called the remark sexist, though he has insisted his "whatever" referred to her nose, and that it wasn't an inappropriate thing to say.
Not wanting to come across as a misogynist, according to Dowd, Trump told her he's pro-woman, and hires many as executives: "I find women to be amazing."