Huffman said in a statement the post “was an inappropriate political statement and was not approved for publication”.
The post was deleted on Monday night.
“I am extremely disappointed by the removal of this post, which has been shared hundreds of thousands of times on Facebook,” he said.
“The actions of a few are not representative of the broader community. “
I am sorry for any discomfort that I may have caused. “
The actions of a few are not representative of the broader community.
The post has been viewed more than 18,000 times. “
Thank you to the Huffman family, my staff, the Post Oak hotel, and my fans for your continued support.”
The post has been viewed more than 18,000 times.
The Huffman post was first published on October 11.
It said: “The world has been divided since the election of Donald Trump.
I feel for our country and people struggling to understand this moment.
We must be a better country.” “
We must do better than this.
We must be a better country.”
Huffman has previously spoken out against the president’s policies, including his plan to deport millions of immigrants in the US and his controversial travel ban.
He has also taken part in a campaign to get more Americans to vote, including a “We the People” rally at the White House in December.