Washington Times: TRUMP "U.S. Supreme Court Was Wrong On Marriage"
Within one day of Public Advocate starting to run social media ads in Iowa, Donald Trump has come out against the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on attacking real marriage.
"Trump's position is seems to be right from our Public Advocate Presidential Survey. Between our ads and publicizing Public Advocate's survey, we are glad to hear from a candidate who responded publicly," said Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
Public Advocate will continue to ask all the candidates in both parties to support traditional one man one woman marriage or to explain their stabbing the American traditional family in the back.
Washington Times: Donald Trump: Supreme Court should have left gay marriage to the states
The Washington Times reports:
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said Sunday he wished the U.S. Supreme Court had left the issue of gay marriage to the states instead of making it legal across the board in its landmark ruling last year.
Mr. Trump, who is polling slightly ahead of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz before Monday's Iowa caucuses, was responding to critics who say he appears to have moved on from the issue.
"They have ruled on it. I wish it was done by the states," Mr. Trump told "Fox New Sunday," saying he would appoint judges who think differently than the current slate.
Fox host Chris Wallace asked if that meant Mr. Trump would appoint justices who would want to overturn last year's decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which held that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. But the real estate mogul didn't fully commit himself to an answer.
"I would strongly consider that, yes," he said.