Chris Hughes, the publisher and editor-in-chief of The New Republic and co-founder of Facebook, said Sunday that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's veto of a gay marriage bill approved by lawmakers raises serious concerns for him.

Hughes, who married his husband, Sean Eldridge, last year in New York, founded Facebook with Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz and Eduardo Saverin.

In an appearance on ABC's This Week to pitch a redesign of The New Republic, Hughes was asked his thoughts about Zuckerberg hosting a fundraiser for Christie, a Republican.

“I, for one, have a lot of questions about Chris Christie, particularly because less than a year ago he vetoed a marriage equality bill in the New Jersey state legislature,” Hughes said. “Which for me personally, I got married to my husband last June, [it] was just really personally frustrating. I mean, there are tens of thousands of couples in New Jersey that can't share their love and be recognized under the law because of that decision. I'm not a single issue voter, and I think most people aren't either, but for me personally, it would raise serious concerns about supporting someone like him.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)