Tell us how you feel about cigars inserted into snatches of interns Hillary Clinton: Other GOP candidates' views on women are just as 'outrageous' as Donald Trump's BY Cameron Joseph NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Monday, August 10, 2015, 5:15 PM Updated: Monday, August 10, 2015, 5:41 PM EXETER, N.H. — Hillary Clinton thinks Donald Trump's sexist remarks are offensive — but no worse than what the rest of the GOP field thinks of women. Clinton told reporters that she was just as offended by Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-Fla.) remark during the debate that he opposed abortion even in cases of rape and incest, calling it "as offensive and troubling a comment" as anything Trump said. "While what Donald Trump said about Megyn Kelly is outrageous, what the rest of the Republicans are saying about all women is also outrageous," she said. "They brag about slashing women's health care funding. They say they would force women who've been raped to carry their rapist's child." Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign town hall meeting Monday in Exeter, N.H., where she discussed her college affordability plan and afterwards answered questions about Donald Trump. Clinton said that Kelly is a "strong woman" and "more than capable of defending herself," and that she was more concerned about what Republicans' policies will do than "the showman on the stage." "I know it makes great TV. I think the guy went way overboard, offensive, outrageous, pick your adjective. But what Marco Rubio said has as much of an impact in terms of where the Republican Party is today as anybody else on that stage and it is deeply troubling." Darren McCollester/Getty Images "While what Donald Trump said about Megyn Kelly is outrageous, what the rest of the Republicans are saying about all women is also outrageous," she told reporters. Clinton also downplayed her relationship with the Donald and the fact that she went to his wedding in 2005, saying she doesn't "know him that well" and thought it would be fun to go to his Florida wedding because "it's always entertaining." "Now that he's running for President it's a little more troubling," she said. And Clinton seemed exasperated by the end of the press conference that so much had been about Trump and not her new higher education plan that she was touting. "Oh, really? What did Donald Trump have to say about college affordability?" she said with a laugh.