Well Trump wasn't “fine with that” last February when he was speaking to David Brody at CBN.
In an exclusive interview with The Brody File, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump says evangelicals can trust him to be a president that will support traditional marriage. “I think they can trust me. They can trust me on traditional marriage,” Trump tells The Brody File during our interview in Charleston South Carolina. “I was very much in favor of having the court rule that it goes to states and let the states decide. And that was a shocking decision for you and for me and for a lot of other people. But I was very much in favor of letting the states decide.”Trump never offered specifics regarding what he would do but he ran an entire campaign devoid of specifics. You may recall that Trump spoke with a large group of evangelical leaders in June. The press was not invited to attend. Some recordings of the meeting have leaked but we have no idea what Trump said to any of those pastors privately. What promises did he make and what will or can he do to live up to those promises?
I suspect that Trump has already received some push-back from evangelicals regarding his view of Obergefell. Trump might point out that what is fine with him may not be fine to some of the people he will nominate to the Supreme Court. (wink, wink) I think that we are all going to be making calls to our Democratic senators to hold the line on choice and marriage. We must be vigilant with this schmuck in the White House.
It is going to require a supreme effort on my part to ever refer to him as “President Trump.”