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Donald Trump said "On The Record" tonight that he never supported using a database to register all U.S. Muslims in the wake of last week’s terror attacks on Paris.

Trump told guest host Kimberly Guilfoyle that a reporter posed a question about the database after a campaign event on Thursday.

Trump explained that he didn't hear the question clearly, because he was signing books with music blaring and people screaming.

The Republican presidential front-runner clarified that he wants to have a database for the Syrian refugees coming into the country, not all Muslims in the U.S.

Trump added that he wants to utilize multiple programs to keep the country safe, such as watch lists and more effective surveillance.

"We need protection and we need it now," Trump stated. "We are very, very foolish in this country, and we have a lot of problems. And the biggest problem? We have no leader."

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