Actress Betty White says she's okay with gay marriage because it's not her business.

The 90-year-old White, who currently co-stars on cabler TV Land's Hot In Cleveland, made her remarks in an interview with The Huffington Post after paying President Barack Obama a visit at the White House.

“It was a thrill to be with Mr. Obama,” White said, “but the big thrill was being with Bo, their dog. He's the cutest guy you've ever seen in your life. I spent a half-hour with him on my lap.”

When asked, “What's it like being a gay icon?” White answered: “Oh! I didn't know I was a gay icon. I get a lot of mail – but I don't get many bad letter – but I got a woman the other day that was so upset with me because they said, 'How do you feel about the gay marriage thing?' And my answer to that is, 'I really don't care with whom you sleep, I just care what kind of a decent human being you are.' I figure all the rest of it is your business and not mine. And not hers, incidentally.”

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