Donald Trump attends the Hank's Yanks 1st Annual Golf Classic at Trump Golf Links on Monday, July 6, 2015, in New York.
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By Benjamin Snyder
September 10, 2015

Louisiana Governor and Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal, who’s at about 1% in a recent national poll, is on the offensive against frontrunner Donald Trump. And his latest tactic is to compare the real estate magnate to none other than Kim Kardashian, according to The Hill.

“Just because a lot of people like watching Kim Kardashian — we wouldn’t put her in the White House, either,” Jindal said about the billionaire.

He also called the Donald “insecure,” “weak” and “dangerous,” adding that the real estate mogul “is an entertaining narcissist, but he is still a narcissist. Jindal wouldn’t let up, either: “Like all narcissists, Donald Trump is insecure and weak. He’s afraid of being exposed. That’s why he tells us, always and constantly, how big and strong and wealthy he is.”

Jindal continued, “Donald Trump could destroy America’s chance to be great again.”

For more on Trump, here’s what winners of his hit reality show The Apprentice told Fortune about his leadership style.

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