Caitlyn Jenner fumbled through a question about gay marriage during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres Tuesday afternoon.
DeGeneres asked Jenner about his conservative political views when Jenner clarified that “being Republican is not a bad thing.”
The daytime talk show host said she thought most Republicans would vote against issues he as a woman and transgender would want to support. (RELATED: Bruce Jenner: ‘I’m A Republican And A Christian’)
“I have to admit, I remember 15 years ago when the issue of gay marriage came up, I was not for it,” Jenner said. “I’m a traditionalist, I’m older than most people in the audience. It’s always been a man and a woman.”
“I don’t ever want to stand in front of anyone’s happiness. If the word marriage is that important to you, I can go with it.”
DeGeneres told Jenner it didn’t sound like he was “on board with” legalizing gay marriage.
“I feel like it’s the law of the land now,” Jenner said. (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner: ‘Trans People Serving In The Military Is A Great Idea’)