During an appearance on The Talk on Thursday, Chelsea Clinton was asked if she had a response to Donald Trump calling her mother a "nasty woman" during the third presidential debate — and she immediately gave an answer Hillary Clinton would be proud of.
"My first reaction was, 'Oh no, now no one's going to pay attention to Social Security,' which is actually a really important conversation and a topic that hasn't gotten enough attention in this election season," she said, referring to the answer her mother was giving when Trump interrupted her with his misogynistic remark.
"I think it has been clear now for many months who Donald Trump is, and particularly as we are sitting here on GLAAD Spirit Day, that he has a view of who he thinks isn't as good as he is," she continued. "And I think we've sadly seen that to include women and minorities and immigrants and the LGBT community."
Clinton also took issue with the fact that Trump had refused to say he'd "accept" the election results if he were to lose, adding that to do so would be "flying in the face of 240 years of bipartisan commitment."
"It just makes me sad that that is part of our presidential election season," she said. "And I'm deeply biased toward my mom, but I hope on Nov. 8 we do send a really strong message that love really does trump hate."