After Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's (R) wife, Tonette Walker, described earlier in July how some members of her family disagreed with the governor's opposition to same-sex marriage, Walker made it clear over the weekend that his wife supports his stance against gay marriage.
"Some in the media, not you, but others have, I think misstated my wife’s position. There are some family members who have extended family who have different views on this, but my wife actually supports my position so that’s something," Walker said in an interview on the Christian Broadcasting Network's "The Brody File" published on Sunday.
"She pointed out she was torn by the fact that she’s got me with a position and she’s got others family members in different positions, but being emotionally torn doesn’t mean that she’s got a difference of opinion," he continued.
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