Has Donald finally met his match? Heidi Klum fires back with mocking video after Trump unchivalrously brands her as 'no longer a 10' Klum is the latest woman to hit back at Trump after his assaults on Megyn Kelly and Rosie O Donnell So far the misogynist comments have had no effect on his poll numbers Latest Fox News poll puts him on 24 per cent support of Republican voters Ben Carson is next most popular candidate on just 12 per cent in that poll Trump told the New York Times that Klum is 'no longer a 10' Trump said of Klum in 2005: 'I looked at her the other day, and it's off' Klum posted a mocking video to Twitter Monday with a '9.99' shirt Comment is the latest controversial slur against a woman from Trump On Sunday he took to national TV to unveil his immigration strategy and offer more answers about what policies he would pursue as president Donald Trump took on one of the world's biggest supermodels - and she has fought back. Heidi Klum today launched a video mocking the real estate tycoon after he told the New York Times that the 42-year-old supermodel was 'no longer a 10'. Trump has so far survived a series of scandals surrounding his remarks about women with seemingly no impact on his popularity with voters as he bids for the presidential seat. He also took to national TV on Sunday to unveil his immigration strategy and discuss the policies he would pursue as president, continues to soar in the polls despite his misogynistic rhetoric. And the latest survey by Fox News puts him on 25 per cent support among Republican voters- that is more than double the support of his nearest rival in the poll, Ben Carson who had 12 per cent Heidi trumps Trump: Heidi Klum fired back at Donald Trump on Monday with mocking video after he branded her 'no longer a 1 Trademark: It's not the first disparaging remark the 69-year-old, pictured arriving for jury duty in Manhattan on Monday, has made about women But the candidate continues to face a number of critics who say he makes too many derogatory comments about women. He has been accused of claiming Megyn Kelly gave him a hard time at the first Republican primary debate debate because she was in her menstrual cycle. And the politician also came under fire for proudly owning up to calling Rosie O'Donnell a 'fat pig' during the debate. And now the reaction of Klum threatens to again put the spotlight on his controversial comments about women. In the interview with the New York Times, Trump insisted he was not misogynist and said that he sometimes 'goes a little bit far'. Then he added: 'Sometimes I do go a little bit far,' he allowed, adding, after a moment: 'Heidi Klum. Sadly, she’s no longer a 10.' The supermodel responded by posting a mocking video to Twitter. In the clip, the mother-of-four poses for a photographer in a fashion shoot, wearing a cropped white T-shirt with a '10' emblazoned on the front. Suddenly a man approaches her from behind - wearing a crude Donald Trump mask with eyeholes cut out - and he rips the 10 from her chest... to reveal a 9.99 underneath. Klum gasps in mock shock, surveys her new rating, shrugs and then continues smiling to the camera. '#TrumpHasSpoken #sadly #9.99 #NoLongerA10 #IHadAGoodRun #donaldtrump #trumped #HeidiTrumpsTrump #BeautyIsInTheEyeOfTheBeheld,' she captioned the video. It's not the first time the 69-year-old father of five has commented on Klum. In an interview with Howard Stern in 2005, just after she had given birth, Trump claimed 'I looked at her the other day, and it's off. There's no question,' Trump (right) most recently came under fire for apparently suggesting Fox News journalist Megyn Kelly (left) was on her period during the GOP debate Denial: The Republican front runner tweeted that he was referring to Kelly's nose when he talked about blood coming from her 'wherever' On that same show, Trump was heard rating other women in the public eye, including the 'very flat chested' Nicollette Sheridan; and Carmen Electra whose implants 'look like two light bulbs.' As for actress Halle Berry he said: 'From the midsection to the shoulders, she's a 10. The face is a solid 8. And the legs are maybe a little bit less than that.' He also said Nicollette Sheridan (left) was 'very flat chested' and Carmen Electra's implants (center) 'look like two light bulbs'. Trump previously said of Halle Berry (far right): 'From the midsection to the shoulders, she's a 10. The face is a solid 8. And the legs are maybe a little bit less than that' He took to Twitter to hit back at his critics, writing: 'So many "politically correct" fools in our country. We have to all get back to work and stop wasting time and energy on nonsense!' The 2016 presidential candidate added that his remarks about Kelly were not made in reference to her menstrual cycle - but to the host's nose. 'Re. Megyn Kelly quote: "you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever" (NOSE). Just got on w/thought,' he tweeted his 3.58million followers. A campaign press release sent to Daily Mail Online describes how Trump made Kelly look 'really bad' in the GOP debate, saying: 'She was a mess with her anger and totally caught off guard.' It continues: 'Mr Trump said "blood was coming out of her eyes and whatever" meaning nose, but wanted to move on to more important topics. Only a deviant would think anything else. On her show the Kelly File, the journalist had the final word in the Trump drama, saying she wouldn't apologize for doing her job and that it was time to move on..