New York - Arab billionaire Khalaf Al Habtoor revoked his support for Donald Trump as the Republican presidential candidate, following his hate speech against Muslims on Monday when he called for stopping all Muslims from entering the U.S.United Arab Emirates businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor told NBC News on Tuesday that he had made a mistake in backing the real estate mogul for President of the United States when he first announced his campaign.

Beirut, LEBANON: Khalaf Ahmed al-Habtoor, chairman of the United Arab Emirates' al-Habtoor Group, gestures during a press conference at Beirut airport, 20 March 2007. Habtoor pleaded to the Lebanese government and various political parties to put their differences aside and solve the political crisis that is crippling the economic progress. Habtoor, who has million-dollar investments in Lebanon, urged all leaders to "stop the hemorrhage of the country's ressources". Lebanon's war-hit economy shrank five percent last year following the 34-day Israeli offensive against the country and war with Hezbollah, finance ministry figures showed last week. AFP PHOTO/HAITHAM MUSSAWI (Photo credit should read HAITHAM MUSSAWI/AFP/Getty Images)
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