President Donald Trump’s tweets declaring he wants a ban on transgender people serving in the military is expected to result in a ‘fistfight’ in the courts, with transgender advocates backed by research the previous administration did in lifting the prior ban facing a judicial system with a history of granting presidents leeway for ‘judgment calls’ on military issues.
President Donald Trump’s tweets declaring he wants a ban on transgender people serving in the military is expected to result in a ‘fistfight’ in the courts, with transgender advocates backed by research the previous administration did in lifting the prior ban facing a judicial system with a history of granting presidents leeway for ‘judgment calls’ on military issues. Evan Vucci AP
President Donald Trump’s tweets declaring he wants a ban on transgender people serving in the military is expected to result in a ‘fistfight’ in the courts, with transgender advocates backed by research the previous administration did in lifting the prior ban facing a judicial system with a history of granting presidents leeway for ‘judgment calls’ on military issues. Evan Vucci AP

Fight over transgender ban pits extensive research against Trump’s ‘judgment call’

September 07, 2017 10:46 AM

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