Hillary Clinton knows a thing or two about representing the ladies in a room full of men.
The presidential nominee played along with Zach Galifianakis for his always uncomfortable, but nevertheless hilarious, Between Two Ferns skit, where the comedian grilled Clinton with a number of intentionally ridiculous questions about being a woman in politics.
Implying that her role as Secretary of State was more clerical than foreign policy related, Zach asks Hillary, "As Secretary, how many words per minute could you type? And how does President Obama like his coffee?" Like himself? Weak?"
"You know Zach, those are really out of date questions. You need to get our more," the Democrat deadpans, before Galifianakis cuts in with another profoundly inept question about the probability of her carrying a child while in the White House. "What happens if you become pregnant? Are we going to be stuck with [VP nominee] Tim Kaine for nine months? How does this work?"
Clinton offers in response, "I could send you some pamphlets that would help you understand..."
Conversation then turns to Clinton's political rival Donald Trump, where Galifianakis questions whether or not she'd make like many anti-Trump supporters' claims and flee the U.S. for Canada if he's elected.
"I would stay in the United States and try to prevent him from destroying the United States," she responds, to which Zach asks, "So you're going to lead the civil war?"
"No, I wouldn't take up arms. I think that might be a little extreme," Clinton offers, adding, "I really regret doing this."
And like many reporters who've interviewed Hillary during the presidential race, Galifianakis couldn't help but question her wardrobe choice for Monday's upcoming debate. Clinton replies, "There's this thing called the double standard, so I think about what should the first woman nominee of one of our two major parties where to the debate, and I have no idea..."
Hillary does have a prediction for her Republican opponent's outfit for the event ("that red power tie"), whereas Zach muses, "Or maybe like a white power tie?" Clinton reflects, "That's even more appropriate." Shots fired.
Watch the rest of Clinton's delightfully awkward Between Two Ferns interview in the video above.