The non-candidate presidential candidate is now attacking the declared candidates.

Hillary Clinton thinks questions about a candidate’s likability are sexist, and turned the idea into a slam on male Democrat candidates.

She believes women get the question, but men don’t.

And she went a step further, criticizing more than one male candidate, arguing they’re not “likeable.”

The non-candidate candidate told an audience at Columbia University on Monday, “There have already been all these stories about them, ‘Are they likeable enough?’ For heaven’s sakes, that is such a sexist question. And yet it is asked all the time,” as someone snapped approval in the audience.

RELATED: HILLARY HITS NEW HAMPSHIRE: Fresh off speaking tour, Clinton heads to first primary state

“And you look at these guys who are running and some of them I can tell you from personal experience are not likeable,” she said.

The crowd roared in approval.