This year's Republican front-runner for president was interviewed by The Advocate when considering a run in 2000.
When he ran for president 15 years ago, the real estate mogul sang a different tune when it came to minorities. Read the entire Q&A from 2000 below.
The animated Comedy Central show skirts the lines of bad taste, again.
The retired surgeon turned presidential candidate says one of his reasons for opposing a president who worships Islam is because he says followers of that faith believe gays should be put to death.
One of Bill Clinton's friends shockingly alleges that the former president privately acknowledged his wife was uncomfortable with the idea of gay rights.
Ted Cruz received a warm welcome to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert until he started talking about his position on marriage equality.
Walker's campaign started out looking moderate, moved to the right, then folded.