Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, joined Megyn Kelly for a cable news exclusive interview on "The Kelly File" tonight.

Megyn pointed out that Davis' critics say she's been married four times, divorced three times, had an affair while married and had children out of wedlock.

"They look at you and say, 'Who are you to judge others?' To them you say what?" Megyn asked.

Davis said she hasn't judged anyone, she has simply given her life to Christ and been redeemed by Christ.

She said that people who accuse her of hatred or bigotry simply do not know her.

"Everyone has a soul," Davis said. "And that's what, as Christians, we're bound to love and to reach for."

Watch part two of the cable news exclusive interview above and part three below.

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