New York Gov. Michael Bloomberg, a longtime gay marriage supporter.
Newark Mayor Corey Booker.
Gay activist Lt. Dan Choi, who has been a harsh critic of the president on the issue of gay marriage, even after Obama signed the law ending Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in the military.
New York’s junior Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
Liberal California congresswoman Linda Sanchez.
Democratic strategist Hillary Rosen, who became controversial this spring over comments she made about Ann Romney never having worked.
Obama seems to have strengthened his support among union leaders.
Pop culture analyst and MSNBC contributor Toure.
Washington State Gov. Christine Gregoire.
Bravo host and executive producer Andy Cohen.
Daughter of Sen. John McCain and a frequent MSNBC and TheDailyBeast contributor.
Former Speaker of the House and congresswoman from California.
“Drag Race” star and renowned diva.
CNBC host and money guru.
Finalist on “The Voice” and newly minted BFF of Maroon 5’s Adam Levine.
North Carolina State professor of history, Blair M. Kelley
Social commentator (including on theGrio) and frequent MSNBC guest.
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Twitter is buzzing about President Barack Obama’s statement that he supports gay marriage. Obama made the announcement during an interview with ABC News anchor Robin Roberts, for an interview that will air later tonight.
Here’s a sample of the reaction from Obama supporters, and even some of his longtime critics.