"The interruptions were so absurd, but that was particularly biting", she said.
That includes Labor Secretary Tom Perez, a top liberal pick to run the Justice Department, where he previously oversaw the civil rights division; Gary Gensler, the Clinton campaign's chief financial officer who won praise as a tough regulator at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission; former senators Byron Dorgan and Ted Kaufman; and economists Joseph Stiglitz, Christina Romer and Heather Boushey.
National poll: Clinton also leads Trump by 5 percentage points among likely voters nationally, according to Monday's CNN/ORC poll. As a member of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services committees, the Virginia Democrat has argued that President Obama's administration must seek an updated approval from Congress to combat ISIS.
The candidate who so badly needed to close the gender gap instead saw his "nasty woman" remark - accompanied by a wagging index finger - become a feminist battle cry, a galvanizing moment for Clinton and an exclamation point to a campaign dominated by gender. And nasty women vote. "And when I made that statement, I made it knowingly, because what's happening is absolutely ridiculous", he said. "Women voters are going to defeat Trump".
"I think what my father is saying is, 'I want a fair election, '" Eric Trump said on ABC's "This Week".
Trump didn't say what kind of lawsuits he planned to file against the women, but any libel litigation could be complicated by the fact that Trump, in the 2005 recording, bragged about the same kind of conduct the women now accuse him of perpetrating. This is Clinton's third trip to New Hampshire since July.
Trump's team has publicly acknowledged in recent days that he's behind.
Also, an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released a few days before the debate showed women favouring Clinton over Trump by 55 per cent to 35 per cent. You still have to judge him by the issues. Trump later pledged to accept the outcome, "if I win".
The "nasty woman" interjection - coming on a night when both candidates interrupted each other frequently - went viral.
Trump, meanwhile, has solid leads in states with 106 electoral votes; he also leads in Republican-leaning states with 73 electoral votes.
Noting Trump's comments about Mexican immigrants and his attacks on a Muslim-American military family, she said of Toomey: "If he doesn't have the courage to stand up to Donald Trump after all of this, then can you be sure that he will stand up for you when it counts? And I just wonder if people are exhausted of answering, they just don't want to deal with this election".
The "nasty woman" remark, she said, is a "somewhat predictable and nearly laughable apex" of what's been going on all year.
Her campaign headquarters in NY was back up and running after a scare over an envelope that arrived containing a white powdery substance.
"I'll tell you I think something is going on in the country with the polls", Caddell said.
At least 10 women have said Trump made unwanted sexual advances, including groping or kissing, in incidents from the early 1980s to 2007, according to reports in various news outlets.
"I felt solidarity rooted in pride for a woman who was up there sticking up for other women against a man who has zero interest in trying to empathize with the emotional and physical complexity of abortion", DiVito said. "I would not have voted for Hillary", said Dhaval Chowkshi, a businessman here for more than three decades.