Trump Campaign Manager on Bill Clinton's Past: 'I'm Not Advising Him to Go There'

Kellyanne Conway also talked about Trump's comments on Alicia Machado.

Following Monday’s debate, Trump expressed regret about not being able to address the “transgressions of Bill,” noting that he covered everything else he “wanted to say.”

"I didn't wanna say what I was going to say with Chelsea [Clinton] in the room," Trump told ABC News on Monday. "So, maybe they're well off to bring Chelsea all the time."

Trump told Fox News on Tuesday morning that Machado had “gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem” and last night told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, “I saved her job because they wanted to fire her for putting on so much weight and it is a beauty contest.”

“Because she was in breach of contract and the company wanted her terminated. He gave her a second chance,” Conway said.

Asked by co-host Sara Haines how she felt about Trump’s remarks, Conway admitted she would not have done the same.

“Well I don’t discuss people’s weights and their looks,” she said. “I’m sure that on your Twitter feed you have viewers discussing my looks and my intelligence.”

“People are going to have to read the whole story to find out that then he didn’t invest in it. No, they’re not treasonous,” she said. “It starts out with a screaming headline, as it usually does, that he did business in Cuba. It turns out that he decided not to invest there.”

Trump Hotels paid an American consulting firm in 1998 to help the company in the event the U.S. loosened trade restrictions, and ultimately made it look like a charity payment, according to Newsweek.

ABC News’ Ines de La Cuetara contributed to this report