Anthony Bourdain, a television personality known for his shows on food and travel, offered some advice to President Trump following his remarks on a nonexistent Sweden terrorism incident.

“You might consider actually reading your daily intel brief. Or I dunno, ask around the office,” Bourdain tweeted at Trump in response to Trump’s clarification on his comments.

Bourdain is a vocal Trump critic who has vowed to boycott the food establishments at President Trump’s Washington, D.C. hotel.

On Sunday, Trump addressed his statement about a nonexistent terrorism incident in Sweden, saying it was in reference to a segment he saw on Fox News.

“My statement as to what’s happening in Sweden was in reference to a story that was broadcast on @FoxNews concerning immigrants & Sweden,” Trump tweeted.

The Fox News segment, which aired on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” featured documentary filmmaker Ami Horowitz, who connects an increase in refugees in Sweden to rising crime rates. However, crime rates in Sweden have fallen since 2005 even with the influx of refugees coming to the country, Reuters reported.

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 At a campaign-style rally on Saturday in Florida, Trump referred to incidents in Germany and Sweden as reasons for his executive order on immigration and refugees.

“When you look at what’s happening in Germany, when you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden — Sweden!" he said during the rally. "Who would believe this? Sweden! They took in large numbers, they’re having problems like they never thought possible.”

The Swedish Embassy in Washington, D.C., later asked the U.S. to clarify the incident Trump was referring to. The country said it did not know of any “terror-linked major incidents” that Trump could have been referring to.

Following Trump’s tweet addressing the statement, the Swedish Embassy offered to teach Trump about their immigration policies.

“We look forward to informing the US administration about Swedish immigration and integration policies,” the embassy tweeted.