Donald Trump Brushes off Al-Shabaab Video That Uses His Words

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says terror groups will continue to use him in their videos if he remains the front-runner and speaks out against them.

Al-Shabaab, Al-Qaeda's affiliate in Somalia, posted a video Friday that includes a clip of Trump calling for a ban on Muslims entering the United States. In commenting on the video, Trump added that Al-Shabaab, not ISIS, included him, calling out Hillary Clinton after she suggested his remarks about Muslims would be used to recruit jihadists.

Clinton's campaign subsequently clarified her comments, saying she did not have one specific video in mind, and Trump has since demanded an apology.

“It wasn't ISIS and it wasn't made at the time and she lied,” Trump said Sunday on Fox News, adding that Bill Clinton was featured in a video purportedly produced by ISIS that describes him as a "fornicator" and also includes President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush, Arizona Sen. John McCain, and Secretary of State John Kerry.

His campaign has declined to comment on the video featuring Trump since it was posted Friday.

Al-Shabaab was responsible for the 2013 attack on Kenya's Westgate mall, which killed more than 65 people and wounded many more. Several of its leaders have been the target of U.S. drone strikes in recent years.