With three little words, Gary Johnson put his foot in his mouth — again.
"Tell me your reaction to these news stories from the past 24 hours, and what you think the government needs to be doing on a day like today," CNN anchor Brian Stelter asked.
"Well, first of all, just grateful that nobody got hurt," Johnson answered.
Twenty-nine people were injured when a bomb exploded in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, and 10 people were stabbed at a mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota. No one was injured in the New Jersey explosion.
This incident comes less than two weeks after Johnson's now infamous "What is Aleppo?" question.
The Libertarian candidate's presidential campaign has struggled to gain serious momentum, and these recent gaffes probably aren't helping.
But Johnson did get a chance to correct the record the next morning.
"Well first of all, what happened in New York, just really glad nobody was killed," Johnson told CNN.