The Donald opened himself up for some snickering.
I’ll admit that I snickered a bit when I heard Donald Trump declare that he favors “traditional marriage” and that he disagrees with the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage.
I won’t pass judgment here. Members of my family have been married more than once.
But this is the kind of thing that The Donald will face as he answers questions from the media while he campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination.
He’s on his third marriage. He’s been divorced twice. Trump’s life is now officially an open book — not that it wasn’t before he declared his presidential candidacy.
When the host of CNN’s “State of the Union,” Jake Tapper, pressed him on the traditional marriage matter and whether he was qualified to speak on it, given his own marital history, Trump talked of how his business activity got in the way of his relationships.
To his credit, Tapper told Trump he didn’t care to hear why his first two marriages failed.
When The Donald, though, steps into some of these particularly tricky issues, he’d better watch where his foot lands. There could be a political land mine or two out there.