Hillary Clinton amusingly accused fellow wealthy politician Donald Trump of living in a "bubble" during an interview that aired Sunday on Univision.
The Spanish-language channel's host asked the Democratic frontrunner if Trump scared her at all, according to the English translation.
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"Not at all," Clinton said. "He's somebody who lives in a very protected environment. I don't think he knows that many people outside that bubble … But it is very dangerous, and I think we have to defeat him, and I need the help of your viewers and all California voters to do that."
Clinton has served as a First Lady, U.S. Senator and Secretary of State, has not driven a car since 1996 and enjoys Secret Service protection. She also earned more for one speech to Goldman Sachs than primary opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) did in an entire year.
Trump is a billionaire real estate mogul and reality television star who also enjoys the higher things in life, but Clinton's accusation seemed rather myopic.
Both candidates are leading the delegate counts for their party's respective presidential nominations. They cruised to huge victories in Tuesday's primary in New York, a state both have called home.