On Saturday, Donald Trump mocked John McCain for being a “captured” POW.

“He's not a war hero....He was a war hero because he was captured,” Trump said at Iowa's Family Leadership Summit. “I like people who weren’t captured.”

Those remarks drew the immediate wrath and condemnation of much of the rest of the GOP field.

Rick Perry called Trump “unfit to be Commander-in-Chief,” and took a dig at The Donald’s notable lack of a military record:

While Bobby Jindal took a similar approach:

Jeb Bush called the remarks “slanderous”:

And Chris Christie called McCain an “American hero”:

Trump later tried to walk back his remarks at a news conference, saying,  "If a person is captured, they're a hero as far as I'm concerned. I don't like the job John McCain is doing in the Senate because he is not taking care of our veterans.”

The NY Post, meanwhile, clearly thinks that non-apology won’t be enough: