Sen. Elizabeth Warren showed how nasty she could get Monday in a fiery talk for Hillary Clinton that turned Donald Trump’s “such a nasty woman” cut against him bigly.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren waves at the BlueGreen Alliance Foundation’s 2015 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference in Washington. Photo by Yuri Gripas via Reuters

Speaking in Goffstown, New Hampshire, Warren said: “Get this, Donald: Nasty women are tough. Nasty women are smart. And nasty women vote! And on Nov. 8, we nasty women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes and get you out of our lives forever.”

As The Washington Post reported: “Campaigning alongside Democratic presidential nominee Clinton 15 days before the election, Warren mocked Trump as a bigot and a sexist bore. … But mostly, Warren, whose lines got louder applause than Clinton’s, was here as the best provocateur the Clinton campaign can field against Trump. He has engaged in several fierce attacks on Warren, often via Twitter.”

Said Clinton: “She gets under his thin skin like nobody else.”

On social media, several people pointed out that Warren had once called Trump “a nasty man.”

But T-shirts weren’t expected to trademark that phrase. The countdown began on Warren’s comments appearing in social media memes.

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