Real estate mogul Donald Trump says he opposes gay marriage, then adds that he opposes discrimination against gay people.

The billionaire entrepreneur reiterated his opposition to allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry during an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN).

“Gay marriage,” David Brody said during the interview. “I know you're for traditional marriage, against gay marriage, what about civil unions?”

“To be honest with you, as far as civil unions are concerned, I haven't totally formed my opinion,” Trump responded, then added, “but there can be no discrimination against gays. I'm against gay marriage. I took a lot of heat for that.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

On an appearance late last month on Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor, Trump explained his opposition to gay marriage this way: “I just don't feel good about it, I don't feel right about it.”

Trump also told Brody that he's a Sunday churchgoer and that he never misses service on Easter or Christmas.

The star of NBC's hit reality show The Apprentice has said he'll announce in June whether he'll run for president as a Republican.