Dr. Phil McGraw doesn't believe Clint McCance is sincerely sorry for his anti-gay rant.

The 60-year-old host of Dr. Phil made his remarks Friday in an appearance on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360.

McCance is the 30-something Midland School District board member who announced on the same program that he's agreed to resign after coming under severe criticism for posting anti-gay comments on his Facebook profile. In that segment, McCance also apologized for his remarks.

The comments included mocking Spirit Day, the day set aside to remember gay teens bullied to death, cheering the suicides, saying he “enjoys the fact that [gay people] they often give each other aids and die,” and declaring that he would disown his children if they were gay.

“This is the biggest non-apology – non-apology apology – I've heard,” McGraw said. “He did not apologize for what he said. He didn't apologize for the message that this gives to children, to kids, to parents out there. What he apologized for was saying that suicide was the only out and that he's sorry that he said that.”

“My concern is that, because this is getting so much attention … the downside of it is that gay, lesbian, transgender and questioning youth right now can say 'see that's how they really feel' and we drive them further back,” he added. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)