Letterman goes ‘on the record’ for Gay Marriage (Video)

David Letterman

As we reported last night via Twitter, David Letterman went on record for gay marriage.

Miss USA/Universe pageant proprietor Donald Trump appeared on Tuesday night’s CBS’ “Late Show with David Letterman,” to promote the upcoming pageant.

Inevitably, the discussion turned to Carrie Prejean, former Miss California who made headlines by denouncing gay marriage during the Miss USA pageant. Trump insisted that the answer to the same-sex marriage question became a controversy because of “her great beauty.”

In response, Letterman said “Look, let’s go right on the the record and say, anybody who wants to get married ought to be able to get married,” capping off his position in typical Letterman style with a joke, “Why should heterosexuals be the only ones who are miserable?”

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