One day before the crucial Indiana primary, Donald Trump joins Sean Hannity for a can't-miss interview.

In the interview, which airs on "Hannity" tonight at 10:00 ET, the Republican presidential front-runner weighs in on the state of the GOP race and the two contenders for the Democratic nomination.

Trump had some particularly strong words for Hillary Clinton and her controversial response to his criticisms of her campaign.

"I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak," Clinton said during an interview on Friday.

Trump told Hannity that was a "very derogatory statement to men."

"It was almost as though she’s going to tell us what to do, tell men what to do ... It was a real put-down," Trump said. "If I were to make that statement or if somebody else were to make that statement, it would be a big headline."

As for Bernie Sanders, Trump said that he actually agrees with the Vermont senator on one thing: that our leaders don't know what they're doing on trade.

"The difference? I’ll make great deals out of it. He doesn’t know what to do," Trump said. "I mean, he’s a socialist, he doesn’t know what to do."

Trump added that he's confident that many of Sanders' supporters will eventually come over to his side, because they want jobs and they will see that he's the best candidate to make that happen.

Watch the whole interview on "Hannity" tonight at 10:00 ET and stay with Fox News Channel tomorrow night - beginning at 6:00 ET - as Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier track the results from Indiana. 

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