In an interview with Fox News conducted from New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said that he hopes the Supreme Court upholds state bans on gay marriage.

The interview with Sean Hannity was broadcast Tuesday night.

When asked his thoughts on the case challenging four state marriage bans before the Supreme Court, Bush said: “I believe in traditional marriage. I hope the Supreme Court rules that way.”

He added that he's opposed to discrimination against gay Americans.

Bush, the son and brother of two former presidents, is competing against 11 announced candidates for the Republican nomination.

In describing his rivals, he called former Texas Governor Rick Perry a “real Texan.”

“Rich guy,” he said of Donald Trump.

Of former New York Senator Hillary Clinton, his biggest Democratic rival, Bush said that he would put his work in Florida up against her legislative record “any day of the week.”