"There's something there, there's a tremendous hatred there. There's a tremendous hatred. We have to get to the bottom of it. There is an unbelievable hatred of us," Trump said. Trump added that it was difficult to delineate between Islam and its radical adherents.
“It’s very hard to separate, because you don’t know who’s who," he told Cooper.
When Cooper asked about his stance on torture, Trump denied changing his stance. "I didn't reverse anything," he said.
But then in a statement released the next day, he said that he would "understand that the United States is bound by laws and treaties and I will not order our military or other officials to violate those laws and will seek their advice on such matters.”
Fresh of his triple victory Tuesday in Michigan, Mississippi and Hawaii –- Trump held a massive rally in Fayetteville, NC.
Trump was cut off during his rally by 17 interruptions from protesters, at one point asking the crowd: “Where do these people come from?”
Outside, the protesters ejected were joined by many others protesting the billionaire shouting “NO Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA”.
Trump will have a quiet Thursday ahead of the next debate in Miami, FL.