Donald Trump Ban Transgenders In The Military: Celebs Lady Gaga, Jenner Express Anger

Donald Trump Ban Transgenders In The Military: Celebs Lady Gaga, Jenner Express Anger

President Donald Trump announces ban on transgender from serving in the U.S. armed forces

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POTUS has made another controversial decision which is causing the world shaking into anger. President Donald Trump made another huge announcement through his twitter handle that he is banning transgender from serving the US military forces. The announcement from Trump called criticism from all around the world from common people to celebrities, politicians to social workers, left baffled and in shock.

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Trump tweeted his decision, which is in direct opposition with the current policy which were formed under Obama presidential time. Donald Trump tweeted, “After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military”

But the question is, will Donald Trump’s such sensitive decision announced in such informal way on twitter will be accepted?

Here is how the celebrities expressed their disappointment and anger over Donald Trump’s Ban on Transgender Military Members

One of prominent transgender, sergent Logan, who is married to trans woman serving in the army strongly opposed the Trump’s decision. He gave the statement saying, “the ban would hurt not only the transgender community, but the nation’s military too.”

“For the President to deny an able-bodied, fully qualified person the inherent right to raise their right hand and serve their country, potentially giving their own life for our freedoms, is doing this country and injustice.”

He further added, “I would personally love for my president to meet me so I can tell him about myself, and the 15,500 honourably-serving transgender military members that are fighting right now for their liberties and their country.”


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