Donald Trump on Whether Pope Dust-up Will Hurt: 'You Never Know'

Donald Trump talked with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on "GMA" today.

"There is evidence and I’ll find evidence because I was against the war," Trump said, despite their being no evidence revealed yet showing his disapproval of the war before it started.

"You can see I was not exactly strongly in favor," Trump said of the 2002 radio clip, adding that it was the first time he had been asked about it. "That was long before the war began."

Trump went on to say he would explain U.S. interests in securing the border if he had the opportunity to meet with the pope. "I think I’d explain the problem of illegal immigration," he said. "I'd explain our side of the picture."