President Donald Trump Calls Pete Buttigieg's Gay Marriage 'Absolutely Fine' — As Buttigieg Warns Of Mike Pence's Homophobic Policies

President Donald Trump Calls Pete Buttigieg's Gay Marriage 'Absolutely Fine' — As Buttigieg Warns Of Mike Pence's Homophobic Policies
Credit: Source: Pete Buttigeg/Time

President Trump is under fire for a lot of things but when it comes to presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg campaigning with his husband Chasten Glezman his answer has made everyone happy.

In an interview with Fox News that will air in full on Sunday, President Trump was asked the following question.

"Don't you think it's just great to see the fact that you've got a guy there on the stage with his husband and it's normal, it's not even seen as a bid deal."

President Trump's response surprised the Internet especially in light of Vice President Mke Pence's policies regarding homosexuality and the LGBTQ community.

President Trump answered.

"I think it's absolutely fine. I do. I think it's absolutely fine."

The interviewer continued.

"But isn't it a sign of great progress in the country that that's just -- "

President Trump gave the following response.

"Yes, I think it's great. I think that's something that perhaps some people will have a problem with. I have no problem with it whatsoever. I think it's good. "

President Trump's response has gone viral. You may watch video footage of the interview below.

While some people didn't feel President Trump's answer was authentic others argued that it clearly was. When he specified that he doesn't have a problem with gay marriage but knows there are others who do, many people were impressed with that answer and spoke about it on social media networks.

Though President Trump's comments clarify his position on the matter, Vice President Mike Pence's policies have worried many in the LGBTQ community.

Pete Buttigieg spoke to Hugh Hewitt and discussed his opinions on Mike Pence.

"I don’t know what’s in his heart. But, if you’re in public office and you advance homophobic policies, on some level it doesn’t matter whether you do that out of political calculation or whether you do it out of sincere belief. The problem is, it’s hurting other people."

What do you think about President Trump's statements?

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