President-elect Donald Trump told CBS’ “60 Minutes” this past week that he believes the issue of same-sex “marriage” has been “settled” by the U.S. Supreme Court and that he is “fine with that.”
The interview, which aired Sunday night, included a variety of topics, such as immigration, abortion and the protests following the election.
“One of the groups that’s expressing fear are (sic) the LGBTQ group,” interviewer Leslie Stahl stated, referring to concerns from homosexual groups that Trump might null and void their nuptials.
“And yet I mentioned them at the Republican National Convention,” Trump interjected.
“You did,” Stahl agreed.
“Everybody said, ‘That was so great.’ I have been, you know, I’ve been a supporter,” Trump said.