Warren called the Republican presidential candidate out this week for being obviously sexist, after Trump accused Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton of "playing the gender card." He also claimed that the former Secretary of State wouldn't have as much support if she were a man. Clinton didn't blink at the comment and has even raised money for her campaign off it.
Warren told The Boston Globe this week that asking if Trump was sexist was like "asking if he has bad hair."
"He wears the sexism out front for everyone to see,” she added.
Warren said that women running for office who are accused of playing the gender card could fight back easily without being accused of playing it.
"Just get out there and do your job every day,” she said.
Warren has not endorsed Clinton nor Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the Democratic primary. But she has had plenty of words for Trump, calling him a "loser" and saying he only wants to profit off of America.