Trump talked with Dominic Carter about Hillary's tough primary battle with Barack Obama and her legacy as senator, as well as Bill's legacy as President.
"I think that she's a wonderful woman," Trump said. "I think that she's a little bit misunderstood. You know, Hillary's a very smart woman, very tough women, that's fine. She's also a very nice person. And I know Hillary and I know her husband very well. They're fine people."
When Carter asked Trump how he thought Hillary would go down in history, Trump said, "Well I think her history is far from being over, I'd like to answer that question another 15 years from now.
"I think she's going to go down at a minimum as a great senator. I think that she is a great wife to a president, and I think Bill Clinton was a great president. You know, you look at the country then, the economy was doing great, look at what happened during the Clinton years: I mean, we had no war, the economy was doing great, everybody was happy, a lot of people hated him because they were jealous as hell ... A lot of people don't like him because they're jealous of him."
This is a far cry from what viewers tuning into tonight's third and final presidential debate are likely to see.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 19, 2016