After “Late Night” host Seth Meyers announced that he was banning presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump from his NBC talk show, Trump responded on Wednesday by saying that it’s Meyers who has been “begging” him to appear.

“He has begged me to do the show for the last two years. I have told him emphatically ‘no,'” Trump said in a statement released by his campaign. “I only like doing shows with good ratings, which as everybody knows, I only make better (by a lot).”

Trump has appeared on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”

The “Late Night” host cheekily on Tuesday night that Trump would be banned from his show, in response to Trump revoking the Washington Post’s press credentials after complaining about a headline. The paper reported that Trump had suggested President Obama sympathized with terrorists after not using the phrase “radical Islam” in response to Sunday’s Orlando shooting.

Donald Trump revels in revoking Washington Post credentials

Meyers said the ban would hold as long as the Post was blocked from Trump’s campaign events.

“Sure, Trump didn’t explicitly say it,” Meyers said. “He implied it with all the subtlety of an eighth grader’s cologne.”

“But Trump’s vague innuendo is no accident. This is a strategy he uses to try to appeal to the outer fringes while also avoiding accountability.”

Trump was set to make a “Late Night” appearance at one point, but backed out “not for any reason outside the normal campaign reasons,” Meyers toldVariety in April. “I wouldn’t want to put myself in Donald Trump’s head, mostly for lack of synonyms.”

“I think at this point, we are perfectly satisfied with not having him on,” Meyers told us.