Sen. Elizabeth Warren Fires Back at Donald Trump, Saying 'Nasty Women Vote'

PHOTO: Hillary Clinton, right, waves as she arrives to a campaign event accompanied by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), left, at Alumni Hall Courtyard, Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 24, 2016.PlayCarlos Barria/Reuters
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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren fired back at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump while campaigning with Hillary Clinton in the critical state of New Hampshire today, saying "nasty women vote."

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"Get this, Donald -- nasty women are tough," Warren quipped. "Nasty women are smart. And nasty women vote. And on Nov. 8, we nasty women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever."

Warren's comments were a reference to what Trump said during his third debate with Clinton, when he called her "such a nasty woman."

The Massachusetts senator also hit Trump’s vulgar comments that were recorded in 2005 when he bragged about his ability to grope women because of his fame.

“He thinks that because he has a mouth full of Tic Tacs that he can force himself on any woman within groping distance,” Warren said, denouncing Trump's comments.

Trump issued a video statement after the 2005 video surfaced, saying "I was wrong."

"She doesn't whine. She doesn't run to Twitter at 3 a.m. to call her opponents 'losers' or 'dummies,'" Warren said of Clinton at Saint Anselm College in Manchester. "She doesn't even cry that the election is rigged. No. Hillary is the kind who just gets up every day and she keeps on fighting."

Shortly after taking the stage, Clinton also tweaked her Republican opponent, suggesting he would be "tweeting away," if he heard what Warren said about him.

"We're up here without our phones. So, you know, we can't check tweets, but I kind of expect if Donald heard what she just said, he's tweeting away," Clinton joked. "She gets under his thin skin like nobody else."

With Election Day just 15 days away, Clinton paid the Granite State a visit after more than three weeks away.

New Hampshire has voted Democratic in five of the last six presidential elections and has four electoral votes.