Michele Bachmann has said that gay marriage in Iowa is not all right.

During an appearance on Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace asked Bachmann about an exchange she had with two high school students who challenged her views on gay marriage during an Iowa town hall earlier this week.

Bachmann told the students that gay men and lesbians “can get married. They abide by the same law as everyone else. They can marry a man if they are a woman or they can marry a woman if they're a man.”

“But Congresswoman, same-sex marriage is legal in Iowa. So, does that mean it is all right?” Wallace asked.

“No, I don't believe it is,” Bachmann answered. “Marriage, historically, for all human history has been between a man and a woman. It hasn't been the same-sex marriage. And remember that in Iowa, it was judges that made the decision – not the legislature, which are the people's representatives, and certainly, not the people. That's why the people of Iowa threw out three of those Supreme Court judges. That's something that should give pause to all judges.”

“As president of the United States, I will only appoint judges that will apply the strict construction or the original intent of the Constitution of the United States.”