Here we go again.
Although Donald Trump got into plenty of hot water for his comments about Megyn Kelly earlier this month, apparently, that hasn't stopped the 69-year-old Republican presidential hopeful from being as candid as ever about sensitive topics.
This time, the aim is 42-year-old supermodel Heidi Klum.
In an interview with The New York Times, Trump takes it upon himself to randomly rank the America's Got Talent judge's looks.
"Sometimes I do go a little bit far," he prefaces the diss. "Heidi Klum. Sadly, she's no longer a 10."
We, however, beg to differ. Check out Klum looking amazing just last Tuesday at a taping of her hit NBC show in New York City.
Klum responded on Monday via Twitter, with this hilarious video. "#TrumpHasSpoken #sadly #9.99 #NoLongerA10 #IHadAGoodRun #donaldtrump #HeidiTrumpsTrump #BeautyIsInTheEyeOfTheBeheld," she wrote.
Trump's plenty busy without another feud on his hands. The outspoken billionaire reported for jury duty on Monday morning at a Manhattan courthouse, showing up in a black limousine. Inside, another potential juror was able to snap this pic of him and post it on Snapchat.
Trump has, of course, been under fire for his comments on women before. During the Republican debate in Ohio, Kelly called him out for misogynistic remarks he's made in the past, which have included referring to women as "fat pigs" and "slobs." Trump quipped back, "Only Rosie O'Donnell."
But it was actually his words about Kelly that created even more controversy, and caused him to get the boot from the RedState Gathering, an annual conservative assembly he was slated to appear at in Atlanta. "You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes," Trump said of the 44-year-old Fox News correspondent while speaking to CNN. "Blood coming out of her wherever."
Last Wednesday, Kelly announced she was going on an impromptu vacation for 10 days following the highly publicized exchange.
O'Donnell later defended Kelly in an interview with SiriusXM's Just Jenny.
"Bigger than any specific people, there is a war on women that is happening in this country," O'Donnell said. "Women fought for equality in this country, and right now, politically, it's being taken away from us."