Patti Davis, the daughter of President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, has said that her mother backs gay marriage.

Earlier this month, Davis said that she believed her father would have endorsed marriage equality.

“Because he wanted government out of people's lives, that he would not understand the intrusion of government banning such a thing. This is not what he would have thought government should be doing,” she said during an appearance on Gwissues.

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During an appearance on Sirius XM Radio's The Michelangelo Signorile Show, Davis told host Michelangelo Signorile that her mother supports marriage equality.

“I'm hesitant to speak for anyone else, and she's not comfortable going out in the public eye and getting in the firing line of anything,” Davis said. “So, you know, I want to be cautious about speaking on someone else's behalf. But let me put it this way: I think if she had disagreed with what I said publicly about my father she would have said something publicly. Let's just put it that way. That’s the most sort of politically correct way I can answer that question.”