Donald Trump he tries to make clear in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network that Evangelical Christians can trust him on the marriage equality issue.
‘I think they can trust me,’ said Trump who has been married three times. ‘They can trust me on traditional marriage.’
Trump has not been as rabidly against same-sex marriage as his Republican presidential rivals Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio.
He was confronted by host David Brody on The Brody File with an endorsement he received from Log Cabin Republicans, a gay political group.
Trump claimed to have not been aware of the endorsement.
He then called the June 2015 Supreme Court ruling which made same-sex marriage legal in all 50 US states ‘a shocking decision’ that ‘came out of nowhere.’
‘I was very much in favor of having the court rule that it goes to states and let the states decide,’ Trump said.