Donald TrumpDonald TrumpCaitlyn Jenner on Hannity touts Trump: 'He was a disruptor' Ivanka Trump doubles down on vaccine push with post celebrating second shot Conservative Club for Growth PAC comes out against Stefanik to replace Cheney MORE fired back at Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPelosi's archbishop calls for Communion to be withheld from public figures supporting abortion rights Hillary Clinton: Biden less 'constrained' than Clinton and Obama due to prior administration Biden's unavoidable foreign policy crisis MORE on Monday after she slammed his views on foreign policy.

"Frankly, she just doesn't know me; she doesn't know my policies; she doesn't know what I'm going to be doing; and she certainly doesn't know what I'm going to be saying today at 5 o'clock," Trump said during a CNN interview shortly before his speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's (AIPAC) annual policy conference.


"I agree with her on the last statement. It is non-negotiable," Trump said, referring to Clinton's statement during her speech at AIPAC earlier in the day that "Israel's security is non-negotiable."

The line from Clinton came amid a broadside against her Republican rival, whom she did not mention by name but knocked for being "neutral" on the conflict between Israel and Palestinians. She also went after his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States. Trump insisted the U.S. must "practice vigilance" regarding taking in Syrian refugees.

“We need steady hands, not a president who says he’s neutral on Monday, pro-Israel on Tuesday and who knows what on Wednesday because everything’s negotiable,” Clinton said to extended applause during her speech. 

"I have the steadiest hands," Trump shot back during his interview on CNN with Wolf Blitzer. "Look at those hands," he continued as he raised a hand and made a fist. 

"I have the steadiest hands. And far steadier than hers," Trump continued. "Look where she got us. I mean, look at Libya, look at the migration, look at Benghazi." 

He accused Clinton of being all talk and being forced to rely on a teleprompter in making her case on foreign policy, while saying of himself, "There's nobody more pro-Israel than I am."

"Everybody wants to see peace," Trump said, describing a potential deal between Israelis and Palestinians as one of the most difficult ever and characterizing it as a "maybe."

Trump also pushed back on the United Nations seeking to broker a deal.

"This has to be a deal between the Palestinians and the Israelis," Trump said, adding, "I would veto a deal with the United Nations."