During Monday night's feisty presidential debate, Hillary Clinton brought up Donald Trump's demeaning treatment of Miss Universe Alicia Machado, who Trump had previously insulted for gaining weight. Now The New Yorker has taken it as inspiration for next week's cover:

New Yorker art editor Françoise Mouly writes:

“She was the worst we ever had, the worst, the absolute worst, she was impossible,” Donald Trump told Fox News the morning after his debate with Hillary Clinton, defending his treatment of Alicia Machado, the former Miss Universe whom he called “Miss Piggy,” when she gained weight after the pageant, and “Miss Housekeeping,” in apparent reference to her heritage. Watching the debate, the artist Barry Blitt recognized a significant moment in the Presidential campaign. Of all Trump’s dangerous beliefs, Blitt said, his misogyny “might just be his Achilles’ heel.”

And here's a video of Machado that the Clinton campaign put together:

A female Republican strategist who is not supporting Trump told the NY Times, "It was a golden opportunity for the Clinton campaign. It’s every woman’s worst nightmare, but it also speaks beyond just women, to Latinos."

The cover, however, isn't a hit with everyone.