Donald Trump said Monday that he regrets making a controversial comment during a campaign event in Iowa about Bill and Hillary Clinton’s relationship.

“Bill Clinton, when he gets up in the morning, he walks down the street and he’s a bully, right?

He’s a loser, he’s not a good person.

He’s not smart.

He just is,” Trump said.

“I think he’s the worst president that’s ever been in the White House.”

The comment came during a question-and-answer session with a reporter about Trump’s position on the Clintons.

“I have very few regrets,” Trump told the reporter.

“They’ve done very well for themselves.

But I think they’ve done great things, especially for the poor and the middle class.

But, you know, I have no regret.”

Trump, the Republican nominee for president, also said he believes the Clintons are doing a great job and the country should give them the credit they deserve for helping the middle-class and people of color.

“If I had a daughter, I’d tell her to go back to school and do a good job,” Trump continued.

“Because the Clintons have done a great work.

They’ve done a lot of good for the country.”

The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Trump, who has criticized Clinton for the Clintons’ ties to the powerful law firm WilmerHale and his campaign has been heavily criticized by the Clintons and other supporters for the comments.

The Clintons have said that Trump’s comments are part of a long history of comments about their family and have apologized for them.