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If I tell them that I'm gay, they will be absolutely devastated. President Barack Obama becomes the first sitting president to declare his support of same-sex marriage, announced during an exclusive interview with ABC News, May 9, People celebrate outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC on June 26, after its historic decision on gay marriage. He was assassinated at City Hall, more than a year later. You know how it happens: