Trump Accountability Project

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The Latest from Washington D.C.


GLAAD: It’s a “Missed Opportunity” That Not One LGBTQ Question Was Asked During Tonight’s Democratic Presidential Debate

NEW YORK – GLAAD, the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, tonight released the following statement after the conclusion of the Democratic Party’s second presidential primary debate, in which viewers failed to hear a

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COVERING 2020: GLAAD Releases Second Tip Sheet for Journalists; Momentum Building for Constitutional Equality

GLAAD urges all 2020 candidates to support an expanded ERA that would explicitly protect women, people of color, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities

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Trump Accountability Project (TAP)

The Trump Accountability Project (TAP) is a resource for journalists, editors, and other newsmakers reporting on the Trump administration, which catalogues the anti-LGBTQ statements and actions of President Donald Trump and those in his circle.  

From the moment that President Trump was sworn in, LGBTQ people were erased from White House, Department of State, and Department of Labor websites and he has been targeting the LGBTQ community ever since. We have seen egregious attacks on the transgender community including ongoing efforts to ban transgender soldiers from openly serving in the military and revoking non-discrimination protections for transgender youth at school.

Get the full scope of Trump Administration's anti-LGBTQ attacks on the President's Trump Accountability profile.