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Trump claims he is doing military a 'favor' by banning trans folk

Donald Trump elaborates on trans military ban.

President Trump, speaking to journalists in Bedminster, N.J on Thursday elaborated for the first time about his proposed transgender military ban.

He appears to be standing firm on barring transgender men and women from military duty despite many criticisms from gay rights groups, military officials and members of his own party.   

Caitlyn Jenner sports Trump cap even after military ban

Caitlyn Jenner sports pro-Trump campaign hat in wake of his trans ban in the military.

Caitlyn Jenner still seems to support the president despite his recent transphobic announcements.

The reality star was seen on Thursday in her convertible wearing a “Make America Great Again” baseball cap, the slogan was the touchstone to Trump supporters during the presidential campaign.

Trump’s war on transgender service members

"Today, it is surprising to me that amid several wars that need every able person who wants to serve our transgender patriots would be excluded. "

The first punch was President Trump’s ban against transgender service members. In his inimitable style of communicating to the American public the order came in the form of a tweet:

Trans flag will fly in Hillcrest today in support of servicemembers

Trans flag will fly in Hillcrest to honor veterans and active duty service members.

In recognition and support of transgender active servicemembers and veterans, the Transgender flag will fly in Hillcrest today.

Executive Director of the Hillcrest Business Association, Benjamin Nicholls confirmed with us that the flag will be raised on the Pride staff by this evening.

Trump bans transgender folks from serving in military

Donald Trump announces ban on trans folks in the military.

Despite the progress the government has made in accepting trans men and women in the military, President Trump made an announcement today that they will no longer be allowed to serve.

Trump honors Pulse victims via tweet

Some people calling Donald Trump's tweet about Pulse victims insincere.

President Trump hasn’t recognized what his predecessors have: that June is LGBT Pride month.