Donald Trump Rips Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Bad Researchers,’ Advises Anti-Gay Kentucky Clerk to Obey the Supreme Court (Video)

“You read a wrong report, Bill. You have bad researchers,” Republican presidential candidate tells Fox News host when his position on abortion is questioned

Donald Trump has some important advice for Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis: Get another job.

The GOP presidential candidate appeared on the “O’Reilly Factor” on Tuesday evening, and was asked what advice he would have for the woman who was released from jail earlier in the day following her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

“It was too bad that she had to be put in jail and I’m a very, very strong believer in Christianity and religion,” Trump told host Bill O’Reilly. “But I will say that this was not the right job for her.”

Trump made it clear Davis should have followed the rule of the law.

“Whether you like the decision or not … you have to go along with the Supreme Court,” Trump said.

When O’Reilly switched gears and asked the billionaire planning to “Make America Great Again” if he would allow Syrian refugees to enter the United States, Trump said yes, despite kicking off his campaign with a strong stance against immigration.

“I hate the concept of it, but on a humanitarian basis of what’s happening, you have to.”

O’Reilly’s then went on to one of his favorite topics — the Black Lives Matter movement. Trump quickly interjected that “all lives matter,” which was O’Reilly’s perfect segue into the topic of abortion. And if “all lives matter,” O’Reilly asked Trump why he is opposed to cutting off Planned Parenthood’s federal funding. But the fact of the matter is, Trump isn’t opposed at all.

“I’m not supporting Planned Parenthood. Somebody said I was supporting Planned Parenthood,” Trump insisted. “I don’t know where you got this information, I never said that… You read a wrong report, Bill. You have bad researchers.”

In August, Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that he believed abortion is only a “fairly small part of what they do,” and added, “We have to look at the positive also for Planned Parenthood.”

Watch the interview above.