On “Good Morning America,” he added that even though he chose not to make those comments, someone at the synagogue distributed his original prepared remarks that included that wording.
“I refused to say that because it’s not true. It’s not how I feel about things,” he said.
A message left at the synagogue early Monday was not immediately returned.
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