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“Too little too late”: Melania Trump slammed for trying to light White House in rainbow colors

Washington Blade reports.Alphonso David, president of the nation’s largest LGBTQ rights organization, slammed any attempt at LGBTQ outreach by the Trump administration.“This news is just too little too late and directly contrary to 4 years of discriminatory and oppressive anti-LGBTQ policies from the Trump administration,” David said.“As an example, rather than acknowledging the existence of Pride Month, the Trump-Pence administration used the month of June to significantly heighten their aggressive attacks on LGBTQ people — releasing new rules that sanction discrimination against LGBTQ patients and sharing plans to restrict transgender people’s access to emergency shelters,” he continued.“This election, LGBTQ people made their voices heard.

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