CNN anchor Anderson Cooper on Wednesday responded to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi's claims that an interview he conducted with her was edited to make her look bad.

While the interview was broadcast live and in its entirety, a clip released on the web was edited.

In the interview, Cooper questioned Bondi's commitment to the LGBT community in the wake of Sunday's attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando.

“I saw you the other day saying that anyone who attacks the LGBT community – our LGBT community, you said – will be gone after to the full extend of the law,” Cooper said during the interview. “I talked to a lot of gay and lesbian people here yesterday who are not fans of yours and said that they thought you were being a hypocrite. That you for years have fought – you've basically gone after gay people – said that in court that gay people simply by fighting for marriage equality were trying to do harm to the people of Florida.”

Bondi reiterated previous claims that she was doing her job in defending the Florida Constitution.

Bondi told Fox News host Steve Darcy that Cooper had treated her unfairly and accused him of inciting “anger and hatred.”

“[H]e just flipped on me. You know, there's a time and place for everything. If he wants to ask me about doing my job defending the constitution, but to incite anger and hatred was not the time nor the place in front of a hospital,” Bondi said. “[T]hat's a time for us to come together.”

“He basically mocked me for saying” that we should “just focus on unity and love,” she added.

On Anderson Cooper 360, Cooper responded.

“She's either mistaken or she's not telling the truth. Let's be real here. Ms. Bondi's big complaint seems to be that I asked in the wake of a massacre of gay and lesbian citizens about her new statements about the gay community and about her old ones,” Cooper told his audience.

“For the record, my interview was not filled with any anger. My job is to hold people accountable. And if on Sunday a politician is talking about love and about embracing 'our LGBT community,' I don't think it's unfair to look at their record to see if they have ever actually spoken that way publicly before, which I've never heard her say,” he added.