Donald TrumpDonald TrumpInterior Dept. reactivates Twitter accounts after shutdown Booker: 'I am not open to being president' Women's marches draw huge crowds as Trump takes office MORE spokeswoman Katrina Pierson responded to criticism over a necklace made of bullets she wore on-air by saying she might wear a necklace made of fetuses to draw attention to the issue of abortion.

Pierson, who joined Trump's campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in early November, has drawn scrutiny for several controversial remarks.

Earlier this month, she shot back at critics who called Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the country discriminatory by saying, “So what? They’re Muslim.” 

And she has argued that having a nuclear arsenal is meaningless “if you’re afraid to use it.”