Klum's fellow America's Got Talent judge, Howie Mandel, reacted to her response.
"Well first of all, I think what she did was brilliant. I think it was the ultimate touché, number one, but she should have listened to the whole statement," he told The Insider with Yahoo! before playing adding: "Everyone's going 'Oooh, did you hear what Trump said?' I heard the whole statement. He said, 'Well, Heidi Klum's not a 10 anymore -- she's an 11.' But they cut that part out."
Regardless of Trump's ranking for her, Klum doesn't have one for him, or anyone else, for that matter.
"I don't want to rate people. I really don't. Especially women. We do so much, we juggle so much stuff," she shared. "Being a mom -- having kids -- working at the same time. Women are all a 10 in my book."
But she's not keeping partisan about her politics.
"All I can say is may the best woman win," she said.
Klum is from Germany, after all, where Angela Merkel is the first woman to serve as the Chancellor of Germany.
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