Trump On Gay Marriage: 'I'm Fine With It'

President-elect Donald Trump has already begun to step back from some of the bold claims that he made during his campaign. 

Last night on 60 Minutes, he told Lesley Stahl that said that he will not mount a challenge to the Supreme Court decision that brought marriage equality to all 50 of the United States. 

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Trump has also said he's willing to keep (at least parts of) the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare).

Though he appears to have "softened" on gay marriage, Trump said that he still plants to deport 2-3 million undocumented immigrants.

“What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably 2 million, it could be even 3 million, we are getting them out of our country or we are going to incarcerate.”

H/T: TMZ

 

 

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Since this interview took place he has announced that businesses nationwide will be permitted to refuse service to LGBT. and fire someone for being gay. Yea, he's real gay friendly.

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How can you trust a man who talks out of both sides of his ass, first of all threatening and insulting entire cultures and then claiming he has no issue.  Did you see him on 60 Minutes?  The Weasel looks like he has permanent pink eye.  I will never call him President. He doesn't deserve that. We elected a racist, sexist pig, whose thoughts and ideas will set us back 60 years if not further. Who does he think he is: overturning Roe V. Wade; deporting immigrants (keep in mind that unless you are Native, everyone in this country is essentially an immigrant, including the Weasel); selecting people for his cabinet who will destroy things we've struggled to win especially since 1920. Gays, women, immigrants, the physically and mentally challenged, African American, Asian Americans...the list goes on and on. Is there any group he hasn't insulted?  Notice that he claims to love Veterans, yet attended not one single event on Veteran's Day!  His credibility would have been raised slightly if, say, he'd visited Fort Snelling or Arlington Cemetery.  As Bette Davis said in All About Eve "Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night."

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Hell no!

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Bull shit you watch and see, we have a fight ready to happen, don't trust this used condom 

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He's flip flopped on this so many times. He tells the Evangelicals one thing and then says the opposite to another group. He shows up at Pulse in Orlando then attends a religious rally in Orlando soon after with people who want to murder the gays. Look who his VP is. Do I trust him? No. 

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