"Daily Show" host Trevor Noah last night examined GOP nominee Donald Trump's un-favorability among women voters.
At a campaign rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Trump bragged that he's "setting records with men" but said he'd prefer to "set records with women."
"It sounds like Trump is getting speech ideas from a pervert's Tinder profile," Noah said. "But Trump is keeping a positive attitude about his woman problem by focusing on the very small percentage of women that do like him."
To get a better sense of Trump's history with women, Noah dove into the ever-fruitful "Trump Archive," where he found a 1994 interview the real estate mogul did with "ABC Primetime Live."
In it, Trump explains why, at the time, he doesn't want then-wife Marla Maples working.
"I have days where I think it's great," Trump said. "And then I have days where if I come home ... and dinner's not ready, I go through the roof.
Watch the full segment below: