After her run-in with Donald Trump earlier this week, Heidi Klum dropped a big hint about who'll she be supporting for president.
“May the best woman win,” she said as INSIDE EDITION caught up with her backstage at America's Got Talent .
Trump, who had come under fire for saying the model was "no longer a 10," took a moment to make it up to her in New Hampshire last night.
He said: “I think Heidi is a very nice woman.”
Trump later addressed a packed auditorium of 2,500 people in a rally that was broadcast live on the cable news channels. Jeb Bush spoke at a separate event - where only about 150 people showed up.
Trump took a jab at Bush’s audience, saying: “You know what the Bush crowd are doing? They're sleeping right now.”
A new Quinnipiac poll shows Trump beating his rival in Florida - Bush's home state. Trump leads with 21 percent while Bush has 17 percent.
But it's not all plain sailing for Trump. He faced more criticism for his immigration policies by using the phrase “anchor babies” to describe children born to illegal immigrants who are allowed to stay in America.
A reporter asked Trump: “There's the question of anchor babies. People find that term offensive.”
Once again Trump doesn’t seem to mind, saying: “It's not politically correct yet everybody uses it - what would you like me to use? I’ll use the word anchor baby.”
Ricardo Aca, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, who works as a busboy at the Trump-owned Trump SoHo Hotel for Trump is also speaking out in a video on the New York Times website.
In the video, he said: “Trump keeps pointing out immigrants who have done terrible things - not the immigrants I know. That is not what we are like.
“I know I could lose my job for just talking about Trump but it doesn’t make me proud every day to go to work under his name.”
And Trump finds himself on the cover of the new issue of Time magazine.
Inside the magazine, he poses with a bald eagle in his office.
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