Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed for almost a week after refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses with her name on them, said she's been treated badly by people, but she's "never once spouted a word of hate."
"I've not been hateful," a tearful Davis told ABC's "Good Morning America" in the first part of a segment aired Tuesday. "I'm just a normal person that has been touched by the grace of God and his mercy."
The second part of the interview was to air on "The View" later in the morning.
But, she told interviewer Paula Faris that she hasn't "always been a good person," because "when I didn't live for God I didn't live for him. I was living for the devil."