Appearing Tuesday on Fox News from the Republican National Convention (RNC), Florida Governor Rick Scott said that his state is focused on jobs, not social issues.

When host Greta Van Susteren asked Scott how he reconciles GOP rhetoric on uniting the party with its platform that calls for overturning last year's Supreme Court ruling that led to nationwide marriage equality and supports efforts to undermine the ruling, Scott answered that he was unaware of the document's anti-LGBT planks.

“The Supreme Court has already made the decision. You know what, the Orlando bombing attacked our gay community, attacked our Hispanic community,” Scott said, a reference to last month's mass shooting in a gay nightclub that killed 49 people and injured dozens.

“We need to figure out how to come together as a country and include the Republican Party. We all need to come together.”

“Are you for that amendment or not?” Van Susteren asked.

“Look, it's the law of the land,” he responded.

“Okay, so the part of the platform which seeks a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage, you'd oppose?”

“I haven't seen that. But I'll tell you what, the Supreme Court has already made the decision,” Scott said. “In my state, we're focused on jobs.”