Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday that opponents of marriage equality can trust him on the issue.

In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network's (CBN) David Brody, Trump was asked to respond to the gay GOP group Log Cabin Republicans' description that he would be “one of the best, if not the best, pro-gay Republican candidates to ever run for the presidency.”

Trump said that he was unaware of the comments.

“Well, what's your reaction to that, because there are evangelicals out there that want to be able to trust you on traditional marriage,” Brody said.

“I think they can trust me on traditional marriage,” Trump said. “And frankly, it should have been state. I was very much in favor of having the court rule that it goes to states, and let the states decide. And that was a shocking decision for you and for me and for a lot of other people. But I was very much in favor of letting the states decide. And that's the way it looked like it was going and then all of the sudden, out of nowhere, came this very massive decision and they took it away.”