Hillary Clinton on Friday described President Trump’s sharing of an edited video of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as “sexist trash.” 

Speaking at an annual luncheon in Houston to Harris County Democrats, Clinton accused the president and “his cronies” of spreading a doctored video of Pelosi speaking incoherently. Clinton noted that "it is also a sign that Trump is running scared.”

“So if you believe in the rule of law and the responsibility we all have to hold our leaders accountable, then we cannot relent on this front either,” Clinton said.

President Trump late Thursday tweeted the edited clip, which first appeared on Fox Business’ “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” along with the text: “PELOSI STAMMERING THROUGH NEWS CONFERENCE.”

Another video of Pelosi went viral Friday, this time making the House Speaker appear intoxicated by slowing down her speech and then correcting its pitch so it sounded as if her words were garbled. This second video, which has received more than 2 million views on Facebook alone, pulled the social media platform into the news when the company refused to take down the video, citing a policy to allow members of the site to draw their own conclusions. 

CNN's Anderson Cooper on Friday questioned Facebook spokeswoman Monika Bickert over the company’s refusal to remove the video.

“We have a site where people can come and share what they thin, what is important to them, the news that they find relevant, and when they do that we want to make sure that they have access to accurate information,” Bickert told Cooper.

“But when we’re talking about political discourse and misinformation around that, we think the right approach is to let people make an informed choice," Bickert added.

YouTube, meanwhile, removed the Pelosi videos.

Trump denied knowing about the second video when asked before his trip to Japan.