8. Marriage equality would be a distant dream
Donald Trump has been a vocal opponent of homosexuals since early days. But since running for president, he has toned it down a bit – but only a bit. He says he believes in giving equal rights to homosexuals and won’t tolerate discrimination against them. At the same time he says he doesn’t believe in same sex marriage.
He says he is old school and that he never supported the idea of same sex marriage. After Supreme Court’s ruling allowing same sex marriage, Trump says he made his peace with it and didn’t support the movement for constitutional amendment that would allow states to re-ban same sex marriage. Too good to be Trump? – Yes, because he also said that once in power, he will consider appointing judges that will work to revive the ban.