“I wouldn’t be so worried about my country—and the world—as I am now when I see what’s going on every single day,” Clinton said, adding that she “can’t help” but think of how she would do every single thing differently as she watches the Trump administration in action.

Specifically on Puerto Rico, she said, “It’s hard to figure out, you know, what are the priorities if 3.5 million Americans—and Puerto Ricans are Americans, let’s make sure people remember that—if they aren’t the highest priority of your government in responding to such a terrible natural disaster, what are you people spending your time doing, right? Golfing, tweeting, watching cable TV?”

Later, Fallon, in a seeming attempt at absolution for his Trump interview, said, “I’ve got to tell you that I just think you’ve dedicated your whole life to this country, and I want to thank you for doing that, and for just everything you’ve done. I mean, you’re in the history books forever.”

Clinton assured Fallon that she is not going to stop speaking out on issues she thinks are important. “I’ve got the freedom to do that,” she said. “I’m not running for anything, I can talk about what is at stake in these different decisions that are being made,” including “taking on the NRA.”

As could have been expected, Clinton received a ton of heat from conservatives this week when she responded to the mass shooting in Las Vegas by tweeting, “Imagine the deaths if the shooter had a silencer, which the NRA wants to make easier to get.” Even PolitiFact deemed that statement false. But she was undeterred in her vow to keep fighting on the issue.

“I can’t believe that one whole political party in the greatest country on earth is totally sold to the gun lobby,” Clinton continued, “and will do whatever they are ordered to do, despite the loss of life.” She then called out Trump for signing an executive order upon taking office that reversed an action by President Obama that made it harder for people with mental illness to access guns.

“I mean, this makes no sense,” she said. “And the vast majority of Americans, and the vast majority of gun owners, know we need common sense gun safety measures, so I’m going to keep fighting for it and speaking out about it.”