WATCH: Hillary Clinton Says Donald Trump Tried to ‘Stalk’ Her on Stage During Second Presidential Debate

Hillary Clinton shared her thoughts on the second presidential debate with Ellen DeGeneres.

The former Secretary of State joined DeGeneres on Friday’s episode of Ellen (Oct. 14, 2016) and explained that she felt as though Donald Trump dominated the stage “almost to the exclusion” of the people who were sitting in the audience. Clinton suggested that his anger over the Access Hollywood tape exacerbated his physical behavior.

“And, so, [Trump] was really trying to dominate and then literally stalk me around the stage and I would just feel this presence behind me and I thought, ‘Whoa this is really weird,’ so I was just trying to stay focused, trying to keep my composure, trying to interact with the moderators, but really for me, more with the people there, and deal with the string of accusations that he was putting forth,” said Clinton.

She said that it was more worth her while to redirect viewers at home to visit her website rather than call out Trump for his falsehoods so that she could focus on discussing her platform.

“It’s like debating a teenager,” said DeGeneres.

“It’s hard,” responded Clinton.

Ellen DeGeneres; Hillary Clinton
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Clinton also commented on Michelle Obama’s speech in response to Trump’s “locker-room talk,” where the First Lady described his lewd sexual conversation with Billy Bush as “disgraceful and intolerable.”

“The speech that she gave, I think put into words what so many people are feeling, and not just women and girls, men and boys. In another part of her speech, she said, ‘This is not the way the men in my house talk.’ And that’s what I’ve been hearing from men for the last several days,” said Clinton.”People are saying, wait a minute. A lot of athletes have actually come forward and said that is not what we talk about in the locker room because nobody wants to be associated with this kind of really violent and hateful language… it’s not just what Trump has said about women as terrible as that has been. It has been what he said about immigrants and African Americans and Latinos and people with disabilities and POWs and people in our military and everybody.”

“People are saying, wait a minute. A lot of athletes have actually come forward and said that is not what we talk about in the locker room because nobody wants to be associated with this kind of really violent and hateful language… it’s not just what Trump has said about women as terrible as that has been. It has been what he said about immigrants and African Americans and Latinos and people with disabilities and POWs and people in our military and everybody.”

Watch Clinton discuss the second debate in the video at the top of the page and listen to her commentary on the FLOTUS’s speech in the video below.