Donald Trump’s remarks on John McCain, in which he called him “not a war hero” because he was “captured,” dominated the airwaves Sunday—but Trump, true to fashion, had no apologies.

Trump told ABC’s This Week he does not owe McCain an apology. 

“No, not at all,” Trump said. “I got a standing ovation, the biggest ovation they had all weekend, by far. When I left the room, it was a total standing ovation. It was wonderful to see. Nobody was insulted. What happened is, later on the Republican candidates, some of whom are registering 1 percent and zero [in the polls], and they’re very upset I’m leading the polls by actually a nice margin, they’re very upset.”

Instead, he suggested McCain should apologize to the Republican Trump supporters whom he referred to as "crazies."

Trump also cited Sharyl Attkisson, who believes the press “was covering me very—very, very, unfairly.”

"I'm very disappointed in John McCain because the vets are horribly treated in this country," he continued. "He's done nothing to help the vets. And I will tell you, they are living in hell." 

In Trump’s initial comments at the Family Leadership Summit in Iowa, he said of McCain, “He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured.”

Watch Trump's This Week interview below, via ABC News:

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