A gay couple who support Donald Trump for president say they have received death threats.

Dewey Lainhart, 31, and Cody Moore, 23, were spotted by the Wall Street Journal at a Trump rally earlier this month in Cincinnati, Ohio.

“Are you a couple?” the Journal's Jason Bellini asked.

“Yes,” they answered.

“Do you feel comfortable here, being affectionate at this rally?”

The men answered that they felt welcomed at the rally.

“Why do you want Trump to be president?”

“Tired of the bullshit government,” Lainhart, a steel worker, answered. “Time for a change. Trump's the man for it.”

“The system and everything would be a hell of a lot better with Trump,” Moore replied.

The Journal posted the video on its Facebook page, where it received more than 200,000 views.

Many of the nearly 1,000 comments were negative, calling the couple “rednecks” and “dumber than dirt.”

The men told Bellini that they have also received death threats.

“It doesn't concern me,” said Lainhart in a follow up. “I look over my back, and I do carry [a gun] … because I love the Second Amendment.”

Lainhart and Moore recently got engaged.

Trump and his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, oppose marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples, and the presidential candidate has promised to sign legislation that would undermine the Supreme Court's finding that gay couples have a constitutional right to marry. Trump has also expressed support for North Carolina's House Bill 2, which rolled back LGBT protections in Charlotte and prohibits transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice in government buildings and public schools, and opposition to ending the ban on transgender people serving openly in the military.