Donald Trump believes the Koran teaches a "very negative vibe." And, he's also a Christian.
That's what he said during an interview with CBN's David Brody that aired this morning on the "700 Club." His comments, included below, were in response to Brody's question about whether or not Trump has concerns about the Muslim holy book:
The Koran is very interesting. A lot of people say it teaches love and there is a very big group of people who really understand the Koran far better than I do. I'm certainly not an expert to put it mildly, but there's something there that teaches some very negative vibe. I mean things are happening, when you look at people blowing up all over the streets that are in some of the countries over in the Middle East, just blowing up a super market with not even soldiers, just people when 250 people die in a super market that are shopping, where people die in a store or in a street. There's a lot of hatred there that's someplace. Now I don't know if that's from the Koran. I don't know if that's from someplace else but there's tremendous hatred out there that I've never seen anything like it. So, you have two views. You have the view that the Koran is all about love and then you have the view that the Koran is, that there's a lot of hate in the Koran.
Here's the relevant clip:
Yesterday, Brody released a clip of Trump explaining his own faith. "I believe in God," Trump said. "I am a Christian:"
The full "700 Club" interview airs again tonight at 11 pm ET on the ABC Family Channel.