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Donald Trump, a billionaire businessman from New York and reality television personality, secured a shocking electoral victory in November 2016 against Hillary Clinton, despite losing the popular vote. During the campaign, Trump’s defamatory and poorly researched claims about minority communities, especially African-American and Latino ones, gave many Americans pause. Not only did he threaten Americans of color, but he disparaged women, threatening to defund Planned Parenthood. On top of all this, Trump chose as his vice-president Mike Pence, a former Indiana governor with a track record of pushing unpopular anti-LGBT legislation that landed him in hot water and cost Indiana thousands of jobs. OUT has all the latest news about how queer people are teaming up with women and people of color to fight back against Trump’s dangerous rhetoric. Viva la resistance!

While the overall CEO didn't donate directly to Trump's reelection campaign, a former social media manager points out an interconnected web.

June 05 2020 2:13 PM

The Ambassador stood alongside a Trump ambassador as coming out for equality.

May 18 2020 1:09 PM

Steven Menashi expressed hostility towards minorities and has never tried a case, but was approved for a life-long term.

November 18 2019 10:34 AM

A crowd of right-wing protesters booed him offstage.

November 11 2019 10:50 AM

Sean Doolittle declined to visit the White House over the president’s anti-LGBTQ+ policies.

November 06 2019 5:26 PM

Juli Briskman defeated a Republican who voted to block Pride month.


November 06 2019 11:48 AM

By changing one rule, he has rolled back equality in multiple sectors.

November 02 2019 12:30 PM