Lou Dobbs and Shepard Smith, two personalities of conservative news network Fox News, have publicly endorsed gay marriage.

Both anchors expressed their support for gay marriage just hours after President Barack Obama told ABC News' Robin Roberts that he's “evolved” from supporting civil unions to marriage for gay and lesbian couples.

Smith, the host of Studio B, endorsed Obama's new position, telling viewers after playing a clip from the president's announcement, “The President of the United States, now in the 21st century.”

While hosting a panel discussing the president's announcement on Fox Business Network, Dobbs said, “I don't do this a lot. By the way, I support same-sex marriage. That is not an issue.”

Other Fox News personalities who support gay marriage include Andrew Napolitano, Greg Gutfeld and John Stossel.

In fact, Stossel and nationally syndicated columnist David Harsanyi ganged up on Brian Brown, the president of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the nation's leading opponent of marriage equality, during an appearance last year on Fox Business Network's Stossel.