Born in 1946 to a wealthy family in New York, Donald Trump has earned many titles in his career as real-estate mogul, television personality, and politician. He was named the 324th richest person in the world in 2016, after a bitter and scandal-fueled campaign, he has become our president, and he holds the title for lowest approval rating at inauguration among presidents in the modern era. Immediately after taking office, Trump took steps to make good on his campaign promises, taking the first steps to construct a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico and instating, through executive action, a ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations. But what does a Trump presidency look like for LGBT Americans? If Vice President Pence’s track record is any indication (not to mention Trump’s treatment of other minority communities), these four years will be anything but easy. Follow Pride for the most comprehensive updates as to the 45th President—and for information on how we queer Americans can resist.

Remember when the reality TV star told LGBT people to give Trump a chance? *rolls eyes*

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The discharges would rip away opportunities for employment, housing, and healthcare.

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Trump Gets Roasted On Twitter After Claiming He's "Read So Much About D-Day"​

July 14 2017 12:56 PM

Critics pointed out that President Trump has foregone the traditional Presidential decree on LGBT Pride Month. The same can no longer be said for his daughter, Ivanka Trump.

June 02 2017 3:41 PM