Trump campaigned on, in part, absolutely overturning SCOTUS's decision on same-sex marriage.
Here he is on the topic back in February 2016, when he was courting religious nuts:
I think [Evangelicals] can trust me on traditional marriage… and frankly, I was very much in favor of having the court rule that it goes to states, and let the states decide. And that was a shocking decision for you and for me and for a lot of other people, but I was very much in favor of letting the states decide and that’s the way it looked it was going and then all of a sudden out of nowhere came this very massive decision and they took it away. But I was always in favor of state’s rights; states deciding.
Many issues—not just this, but many issues.
In tonight's 60 Minutes interview, he blew off the issue entirely referring to it as settled and to his opinion on the matter as “irrelevant.”
This is, of course, good news. However, it is another example of the fact that he had no compunction about totally lying, saying anything he needed to say in order to get elected.
More importantly, he is not the decider! The Republican-led House and Senate are the ones who will be cooking up bills and laws and setting the agenda regarding LGBTQ issues. And they will be able to do that with him as president far more effectively than they would have been able to otherwise.
In the same 60 Minutes piece, he was wishy-washy on Roe v. Wade and on another right-wing goal: The prosecution (for what?!) of Hillary Clinton.