Trump Says Capt. Humayun Khan Would 'Be Alive' if He Had Been President

The Khan family said the only thing "Donald Trump sacrifices is the truth."

During the debate Sunday night, Trump vehemently denied that he supported the war in Iraq, saying that it was a "disaster" and that Clinton was in favor of it. She said it was the "10th or 12th" time that he denied supporting the war.

"We have it on tape," she said. "But it never stops him from saying what he wants to say."

Trump said Humayun Khan "would have been alive today" if he had been "president at that time."

"He never apologized to Mr. and Mrs. Khan, the Gold Star family, whose son died in the line of duty in Iraq," Clinton said, adding that Trump "insulted and attacked them for weeks over their religion."

Clinton went on to say that even someone like Humayun Khan, who "sacrificed himself defending our country," is "subject to attack" by Trump.

Trump countered, calling Humayun Khan an "American hero" who would be "alive today" if he were "president at that time."

At the time, Trump suggested that Ghazala Khan, Khizr Khan's wife, who appeared with him on the stage, may not have been allowed to speak.