The US Presidential candidate stopped by 'The Tonight Show' on January 14 and was asked "does Trump intimidate you?"
Hillary Clinton has revealed she's not intimidated by presidential rival, Donald Trump.
The US Presidential candidate stopped by 'The Tonight Show' on Thursday night, January 14 and was asked "does Trump intimidate you?"
"No," she replied without hesitation.
"If I'm so fortunate to be the Democratic nominee, obviously I'll run against whoever they nominate," the former Secretary of State, 69, continues. "But, if it's Donald Trump, it'll be quite the showdown."
Meanwhile during Trump's appearance on the same show on Monday night, he told Fallon, "I'm winning against Hillary one on one – and I haven't even started on her yet."
Trump's comments, however, don't seem to faze Clinton, who admitted to Fallon that she didn't watch Trump's second visit to Studio 69. "He's a lot more obsessed with me than I am with him," she said laughing.
As he did with Trump, Fallon made Clinton go through a mock job interview for "the hardest job in the world." After asking how she heard about "the job," Fallon asked why she wanted to wanted it.
"I care about what happens to our country, and it means a lot to me to make sure that we keep producing good opportunities for people, help everybody have a chance to live up to their god given potential, and there's more we can do and I want to try to make that happen for everybody," she says.