Hillary Clinton Says 'I Really Could Care Less' About Donald Trump Calling Her 'Crooked Hillary'

Trump dubbed Clinton "Crooked Hillary" at a campaign event on Saturday.

"So I'm self funding. All of this is mine. When I fly in, it's on my dime right, it's on mine. And what does that mean? That means I'm not controlled by the special interests, by the lobbyists," Trump said while campaigning in New York. "They control crooked Hillary and they control lyin' Ted Cruz right? They control lyin' Ted."

"You know, we have certain expectations when you run for president, one of which is release all of your tax returns ever since you've been in public life," Clinton said. "Now all of a sudden, there's a new standard. And I've said when it applies to everybody, you bet. I will meet that standard as well."

The bill made the front page of Saturday's New York Times, and has been in the news for weeks, but Clinton said she was not familiar with the details and would not take a position.

"I don't really know about that, George. I'll have to look into it," she said. "Obviously we've got to make anyone who participates in or supports terrorism pay a price. And we also have to be aware of any consequences that might affect Americans, either military or civilian or our nation."

"I'm very hopeful," Clinton said about her chances in the state. "I love being in New York. I love campaigning in New York, downstate, upstate, everywhere in the state."

Then in what seemed to be a subtle jab at Sanders, who has criticized her fundraising, she added: "We're going to work as hard as we can because I also want to elect Democrats. You know, I am raising money to elect other Democrats. I'm a Democrat."

Sanders is running for the Democratic nomination for president, but the Vermont senator is the longest serving independent member of Congress.

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