American tycoon and possible 2012 presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has vowed to oppose gay marriage in his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
In an interview with Fox New yesterday, the New York business magnate said: “New York is a place with lots of gays, and I think it’s great. But I’m not in favour of gay marriage”.
Trump made these comments days after an interview with Piers Morgan on CNN, in which he discussed the possibility of running for president. He said that he would announce his decision as to whether or not he’ll do so after the final episode of the US version of The Apprentice.
The Apprentice star attended the recent Conservative Political Action Conference, to which he was invited by Republican gay rights group, GOProud.