A C-SPAN listener threatened to shoot CNN’s Brian Stelter and Don Lemon as Donald Trump intensifies his attacks on the press as the “enemy of the people.”

Stelter played the recording on his show Reliable Sources on Sunday. The caller, identified as “Don,” accused Stelter and Lemon of “calling Trump supporters all racists.” Stelter immediately smacked down that claim as a lie.

“They don’t even know these Americans out here and they are calling us racists because we voted for Trump?” “Come on. Give me a break. They started the war. I see them, I’m going to shoot them,” Don said during the call on Friday.

Stelter also noted that other reporters, including some of his colleagues at other networks, have received similar or worse threats. He said the threats are “coming in more often.”

“I’m not asking for sympathy, I don’t think I’m in extreme danger, I know some of my colleagues get much worse threats than I do,” Stelter said. “CNN has a great security team and we know how to handle this stuff,” he continued.

Trump tweeted: “The Fake News hates me saying that they are the Enemy of the People only because they know it’s TRUE. I am providing a great service by explaining this to the American People. They purposely cause great division & distrust. They can cause War! They are very dangerous & sick!”

New York Times columnist Brett Stephens wrote in a column on Friday that he has received violent threats from people “whose views clearly align with Donald Trump’s.”

“We are approaching a day when blood on the newsroom floor will be blood on the president’s hands,” Stephens wrote.