GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, ABC NEWS: There was a man named Khizr Khan speaking at the Democratic National Convention. His son Captain Humayun Khan was killed serving in Iraq. He had some very tough questions for you. He said you wouldn't've even let his son in America.
DONALD TRUMP: He doesn't know. He doesn't know that. I saw him. He was you know, very emotional and probably looked like a nice guy to me. His wife if you look at his wife, she was standing there. She had nothing to say. She probably maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. You tell me. But plenty of people have written that. She was extremely quiet. And it looked like she had nothing to say. A lot of people have said that. And personally I watched him. I wish him the best of luck, George.
STEPHANOPOULOS: What would you say to that father?
TRUMP: Well, I'd say, we've had a lot of problems with radical Islamic terrorism. That's what I'd say. We have a lot of problems, where you look at San Bernardino. You look at Orlando. You look at the World Trade Center. You look at so many different things. You look at what happened to the priest over the weekend in Paris, where his throat was cut, 85-year-old, beloved Catholic priest. You look at what happened in Nice, France, a couple of weeks ago. I'd say, you gotta take a look at that. Because something's going on. And it's not good.
STEPHANOPOULOS: He said you have sacrificed nothing and no one.
TRUMP: Well, that sounds, who wrote that? Did Hillary's script writers write it?
STEPHANOPOULOS: How would you answer that father? What sacrifice have you made?
TRUMP: I think I've made a lot of sacrifices. I work very, very hard. I've created thousands and thousands of jobs, tens of thousands of jobs, built great structures. I've done-- I've had-- I've had tremendous success. I think I've done a lot.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Those are sacrifices?
TRUMP: Oh, sure those are sacrifices. I think, when I can employ thousands and thousands of people, take care of their education, take care of so many things, even in military. I mean, I was very responsible, along with a group of people, for getting the Vietnam Memorial built in downtown Manhattan, which to this day, people thank me for. I raised, and I have raised, millions of dollars for the vets. I'm helping the vets a lot. I think my popularity with the vets is through the roof