Heidi Klum out trumps Trump with mock video

SUPER model Heidi Klum has out-trumped a US presidential candidate who has a shocking reputation for making poor comments about women.

Klum 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".

The latest survey by Fox News puts Trump on 25 per cent support among Republican voters- more than double the support of his nearest rival in the poll, Ben Carson.

Trump was accused of claiming Megyn Kelly gave him a hard time at the first Republican primary debate debate because she was in her menstrual cycle - a claim he fiercely denied.

But he proudly owned up to calling Rosie O'Donnell a "fat pig" during the debate.

In the interview with the New York Times, Trump insisted he was not misogynist.

But he admitted: "Sometimes I do go a little bit far."

Then he added: "Heidi Klum. Sadly, she's no longer a 10."

The supermodel responded by posting a mocking video on Instagram.

In the clip, she poses for 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, shrugs and then continues smiling to the camera.

"#TrumpHasSpoken #sadly #9.99 #NoLongerA10 #IHadAGoodRun #donaldtrump #trumped #HeidiTrumpsTrump #BeautyIsInTheEyeOfTheBeheld," she captioned the video.

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