Trump has been facing criticism even from members of the most conservative wings of the Republican Party for suggesting that Kelly had "blood coming out of her wherever." (Trump later backtracked that he was referring to Kelly's nose.)
The backlash hasn't seemed to hurt Trump much at the polls, with a survey released Monday finding he was still leading the GOP 2016 pack in Iowa.
In her remarks Monday, Clinton however pivoted to the stances taken by other 2016 Republicans during Thursday's debate. Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) expressed opposition to exemptions in abortion bans for mothers whose lives are in jeopardy or for victims of rape or incest.
"What a lot of the men on that stage and that debate said was offensive," Clinton said Monday. "The Republicans are putting forth some very radical and offensive positions when it comes to women's lives, women's reproductive health, women's employment."