Donald Trump responded Monday morning to comments made by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at Saturday night's Democratic debate, in which the Democratic front-runner said Trump is becoming "ISIS's best recruiter."
Calling in to the "Today" show Monday, Trump said he would insist on an apology from Clinton, asking host Matt Lauer to "be the messenger."
"I will demand an apology from Hillary. She should apologize," he said. "She lies about emails, she lies about Whitewater, she lies about everything. She will be a disaster about everything as president of the United States."
"I will deliver that message, I promise you," Lauer responded.
Clinton on Saturday said Trump is hurting the fight against terrorism, adding that members of ISIS "are going to people, showing videos of Donald Trump insulting Islam and Muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists."
Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri discussed the comments Sunday on ABC's "This Week."
"[Clinton] didn't have a particular video in mind, but he is being used in social media," she said.
Following the segment, Trump took to Twitter:
Foreign policy experts have posited that the business mogul will appear in ISIS recruitment materials in the future.
CORRECTION: This piece originally misrepresented Palmieri's analysis of Clinton's comments.