David Hogg stopped by CNN this weekend, breaking his silence after Laura Ingraham announced a "pre-planned vacation" as advertisers flee her show.
He said the apology was "expected" after advertisers dropped out, but that it didn't mean much.
"There were multiple instances when she could have said something and didn't," he said.
Hogg pointed out her comments are not isolated to him—foe example he attacked gay Dartmouth students and basketball superstar LeBron James.
"A bully is a bully and it's important that you stand up to them," he said. "She told LeBron James to shut up and dribble—I don't see her apologizing for those people. It's disturbing to know someone could bully so many people for so long and get away with it, especially to the level she did."
"I would only consider doing it after she apologizes to all the people that she's hurt throughout her professionalism career because of her immaturity and unprofessionalism," he said.
Watch the fiery interview below.