Kelly jumped in to remind Conway of Trump's poll numbers with women, saying, "She’s beating Donald Trump by some 20 points with women. I mean, why is Donald Trump at 32 percent?"
"Not really, not in all polls," Conway protested. "But she’s got a gender gap of her own."
"She does," Kelly said in response. "But you’re sitting here suggesting, why are her numbers low with women and you work for Donald Trump. His numbers are historically low for a Republican nominee with women. Historically low."
Conway then noted that both Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Mitt Romney both lost with women as well.
But Kelly would not accept Conway's defense and replied, "Mitt Romney’s numbers are crushing Donald Trump’s numbers with women. Crushing them!"
In response, Conway noted that there is still a month before election day, before Kelly jumped in to explain why female voters don't like Trump.
"There’s 35 days to go, Kellyanne. The criticism of Donald Trump is that he could win this race and that he was doing well and he was rebounding and his numbers in various states were rebounding. And then he went after Miss Universe and talked about her being too fat and talked about women’s looks again," she said. "And women don’t like that, according to these polls."
Watch the exchange via Fox News. Conway brings up women voters at the 6:03 mark.