On the red carpet at Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner, Glee co-star Jane Lynch said she believes President Barack Obama supports her decision to marry her wife Laura Embry.

The president has said he supports government recognition of gay and lesbian couples but marriage should remain a heterosexual union.

Over the past nine months, however, Obama has signaled he's reconsidering his position.

In October of last year, he told gay blogger Joe Sudbay of Americablog.com that gay marriage was an issue “I think a lot about.”

“Attitudes evolve,” he said. “Including mine.”

Before he signed repeal of “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” in December, the president added that he was still “wrestling” with and “evolving” on the issue.

Lynch, who married Embry in Massachusetts, the first state to legalize gay marriage, last June, said she would be delighted to meet the president, and added that she believes he supports her right to marry the woman she loves.

“People in politics say what they think they have to say. But I think Barack Obama is a good person and likes the fact that she and I are married,” Lynch told ABC News, referring to Embry.

“Yeah,” Embry agreed. “He seems like a smart man.”