"What he is saying now is not only shameful and wrong, it is dangerous," Clinton said in response to Trump's proposal.

By Karen Mizoguchi
Updated December 11, 2015 12:45 AM
Credit: Jon Pack/NBC

Hillary Clinton has had enough with Donald Trump and his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the U.S.

In fact, it’s no laughing matter for the Democratic front-runner, who appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday.

“You know, I have to say, Seth, I no longer think he is funny,” Clinton, 68, told host Meyers of her thoughts on the GOP presidential candidate.

“I think for weeks you and everybody else where just bringing folks to hysterical laughter, but now he has gone way over the line,” adding, “What he is saying now is not only shameful and wrong, it is dangerous.”

Trump, 69, recently called for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims” coming to the country, a plan that he continues to stand by despite a major backlash from politicians around the world including some British politicians who have now called for Trump to be banned from entering the United Kingdom.

Clinton’s vice chair, Huma Abedin, also took on the billionaire businessman writing an email to supporters noting how “Trump wants to literally write racism into our law books.”

Also on the late night talk show circuit, Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders echoed similar views. “That kind of crap is not going to work in the United States of America,” the 74-year-old told Tonight Show‘s Jimmy Fallon.