The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) was quick to point out that President-elect Donald Trump supports a bill that would undermine the marriages of gay and lesbian couples.

NOM said in a statement that it would work with the Trump administration to approve the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA) and eventually roll back marriage equality.

“We will work with President Trump and Congress to pass the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA), which Mr. Trump supports,” NOM said in a statement. “FADA is critical legislation to protect people who believe in marriage from being targeted by the government for persecution.”

Introduced two days after the Supreme Court released its historic finding that gay couples have a constitutional right to marry, FADA seeks to ban federal “discriminatory action” against those who oppose the unions of same-sex couples based on a “religious belief or moral conviction.”

“If Congress considers the First Amendment Defense Act a priority, then I will do all I can to make sure it comes to my desk for signature and enactment,” Trump said in a letter published last December by conservative outlet The Pulse.

NOM also said that it would work with Trump to overturn the high court's decision in Obergefell.

“We will work with President Trump to nominate conservative justices to the U.S. Supreme Court, individuals who will adhere to the words and meaning of the constitution. Such justices will inevitably reverse the anti-constitutional ruling of the Supreme Court imposing same-sex 'marriage' on the nation in the Obergefell decision, because that decision lacked any basis in the constitution,” the group wrote.

During the GOP primary, NOM backed Texas Senator Ted Cruz for the presidential nomination, saying that Trump had abandoned the fight against marriage equality. In an ad that ran in South Carolina, the group urged GOP voters to “dump Trump” over the issue.