On Monday, Hillary Clinton made headlines when she ripped into Donald Trump and his supporters during an interview in India over the weekend. Once the story made the rounds, Kellyanne Conway decided to speak out.

Conway on Clinton

Ever since Donald Trump won the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton and her supporters have not backed down from what many believe was the wrong outcome.

Over the last year, an investigation into Russian election interference has attempted to link the president to the Kremlin and expose Trump's victory as illegitimate. In addition, Trump has been forced to deal with allegations of racism, sexism, Islamophobia, xenophobia, and other forms of prejudice.

During her interview at the India Today Conclave 2018 over the weekend, Hillary Clinton addressed these issues, pointing out that she won the popular vote while also winning in the states and cities "that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward." Not stopping there, Clinton accused Trump supporters of buying into the president's racially charged agenda, saying, "You didn't like black people getting rights, you don't like women." Responding to the claims was Kellyanne Conway who did so during a March 12 post on Twitter.

"She still thinks so much of herself and so little of half the country," Kellyanne Conway said of Hillary Clinton and her remarks.

"She was never sorry for calling us 'deplorable' and 'irredeemable,'" Conway added, while claiming Clinton "was sorry for getting caught."

Conway criticism

After Kellyanne Conway tweeted out her response to Hillary Clinton, those who oppose the administration took time to push back. "I believe Mueller is coming for you too!" one tweet read.

"I'm not sorry either. You all adopted the term *deplorable* as if it was a badge of honor. You were determined to live up to it," a Twitter user wrote. "Deplorable is about the nicest thing I can think to call you," yet another tweet added. "Says the accused Hatch Act Law breaker. Such a portrait of ethical perfection," an additional tweet noted.

"What's going on with your Hatch Act violations, Kel?" a social media user wondered. "Why should she be sorry? It's turned out to be a fairly accurate characterization," a follow-up tweet pointed out. Despite Kellyanne Conway's aggressive reaction to Hillary Clinton, the backlash against her response continued, only highlighting the wide political divide that doesn't look to be ending anytime soon.