Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is warning Hillary Clinton that he's just getting warmed up.
"I’m winning against Hillary one on one," Trump bragged to "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon on Monday night. "And I haven’t even started on her yet, although last week I did a little bit I guess."
Trump was referring to his repeated attacks on Bill Clinton. He brought up the former president's sex scandals, and even labeled him an "abuser."
Trump told Fallon that the former secretary of state initiated it, presumably when she said the real estate mogul had a "penchant for sexism."
"She came out with a little bit of a statement about me and I came out with a very big statement about her and Bill and she stopped talking about me all of a sudden," he said.
In addition to pumping up his own poll numbers, Trump jabbed Clinton for "having a tough time" against Bernie Sanders in the polls.
"He said he's a socialist and I think he's a step beyond a socialist and she's not doing well," Trump said, while concluding that Clinton will ultimately top the Democrats' ticket, "I guess."
Trump predicted "the largest voter turnout in the history of the country" if he and Clinton win their respective nominations.
Fallon also did a mock job interview with Trump, which can be seen in the clip above.
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