The Democratic presidential nominee says she is unfazed by Donald Trump's repeated jabs and unflattering nicknames, including when he refers to her as "Hillary 'Rotten' Clinton."

Rather, Clinton said Wednesday in an interview with an NBC News affiliate, she gets angry on the behalf of others who find themselves on the receiving end of the GOP nominee's taunts.

"Donald Trump likes to put the work 'crooked' in front of your name. The other day he appeared to call you 'the devil' at one of his events," said KUSA-TV's Brandon Rittiman. "If you could talk to Trump right now, about how he is speaking in this campaign. What do you say to him?"

Clinton responded by saying, "I never respond to his personal insults about me. I could care less what he says about me."

"I'm going to respond when he calls a judge unqualified because of his Mexican heritage, or mocks a reporter with a disability, or says demeaning things about women — and the list goes on," she added. "I hope America does not accept the kind of language that Trump is using to describe our fellow Americans. I find it deeply disturbing that someone wanting to be president of the United States would talk the way he talks. To use the rhetoric, the demagoguery, the bigotry, and the bluster and the bullying, that he has demonstrated."