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Trump: 'I don't support gay marriage'

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Donald Trump expressed his belief that gay couples should not be allowed to legally marry.

The mogul has previously claimed that he is considering a bid for the US presidency in 2012 as a member of the Republican party.

After indicating to the Des Moines Register that he will compete in next year's Iowa caucus should he decide to seek office, Trump was questioned on his stance concerning same sex marriages.

"They should not be able to marry," the Celebrity Apprentice star asserted.

Trump also admitted that he hasn't developed a "fully formed" opinion on extending medical and civil benefits to gay couples, but he added: "As of this moment, I would say no and no."

The TV personality has suggested that he will announce his final decision on whether to launch a presidential bid in the coming months.

One potential rival for the Republican nomination might be former US Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich, who announced this week that he is forming presidential exploratory committee.

The Celebrity Apprentice premieres March 6 on NBC.

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