If Donald Trump doesn’t regret his treatment of Alicia Machado, this may be one way to force him to.

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) and other Senate Democratic women are calling for a practice akin to what Trump made ex-Miss Universe Machado endure in the 1990s — daily, public weight checks:

Machado made headlines after Hillary Clinton referred to Trump’s behavior toward her — he used to call her “Miss Piggy” and “Miss Housekeeping” after she gained weight as Miss Universe in 1996 — in Monday night’s debate.

The ex-pageant queen has since voiced her support for Clinton, been featured in Cosmopolitan magazine and remembered Trump’s attacks as a “bad dream.”

Trump, characteristically, is not changing course.

“She was the worst we ever had. The worst. The absolute worst. She was impossible,” Trump said of Machado in an interview on Fox News Channel Tuesday. “…She was the winner, and she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem. We had a real problem.”

As for The Donald’s actual weight, we have some clues. A gushing doctor’s note released Dec. 14, 2015 said Trump had lost “at least 15 pounds” in the prior year, though it did not state his original weight. Earlier this month, Trump released another doctor’s note stating he takes a statin to lower high cholesterol and is 236 pounds, making him overweight for his height.

Some of McCaskill’s followers are loving the tweet:

Others, well, embraced it not quite as she meant it: