When the talent show winner replied positively to the invitation of Donald Trump to sing at his inauguration, the LGBT community attacked her saying that the sister of a trans person would never sing for the politician with a radically anti-LGBT political platform. But the singer’s sister spoke in her defense. “The way I look at it is, Jackie is singing for our country, and it’s an honour for her to be singing in front of so many people.“So I feel that’s really where I look at it. And that’s where I’m going to leave it right now,” the trans teen told CBS. Juliet will not be at the performance because she “had other plans”, but insisted she would be there “in spirit”. The trans teen has been an advocate for the transgender community since she came out to her parents two years ago.