Despite his public opposition to marriage equality Arnold Schwarzenegger performed two ceremonies for staff members who worked for him while he was California’s governor.
Los Angeles Times reports:
Arnold Schwarzenegger, who opposed a California constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, officiated at the same-sex nuptials of his chief of staff, Susan Kennedy, in the governor’s office, he told CBS News.
Schwarzenegger told interviewer Lesley Stahl that Kennedy’s ceremony was one of two same-sex marriages he performed as governor during a five-month window in 2008 when gay marriage was legal in California.
Schwarzenegger also presided over the marriage of a then-aide and his same-sex partner at the then-governor’s Brentwood home.
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