Trump sympathizes to transgender people, White House assumes

ANAHEIM, CA - MAY 25: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Anaheim on May 25, 2016 in Anaheim, California. The presumptive GOP nominee is on a Western campaign swing. A recent rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico turned violent, leading to at least one arrest and several injuries, police say. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

The Press Secretary Sean Spicer insisted that the President of the United States is a man with a very big heart who understands other people’s troubles and obstacles they face with. ‘I think the message shows that he’s a guy with a heart that understands the trouble that many people go through,’ Spicer said in respond of Trump’s revoking of the rights of transgender students by cancelling the guidance accepted by Obama’s administration . ‘He is very sympathetic to children who deal with that and that this is up to states and schools within a particular district to address how they want to accommodate that.’ Spicer claimed that the issue of human rights (transgender rights in part) should be discussed in each certain state, not on the federal level. ‘If this were any other issue, people would be crying foul that the process wasn’t followed,’ he said adding that every certain US state ‘should enact laws that reflect the values, principles and will of the people in their particular state. That’s it, plain and simple.’


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