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The US Supreme Court Upholds Trump’s Veto of Transgender Servicemen

The Supreme Court of the United States has maintained this Tuesday the veto of the American president, Donald Trump, to the transgender military, which did not come into force because it was blocked by several courts that they considered that threatened the right to equality.

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The Supreme Court of the United States has maintained this Tuesday the veto of the American president, Donald Trump, to the transgender military, which did not come into force because it was blocked by several courts that they considered that threatened the right to equality.

“The decision of the Supreme Court (5-4) grants the request of the Trump Administration to allow the veto of the military service of transgender people to go into effect, while appeals are heard in lower courts,” the maximum court has indicated. of the country in a statement.”

Trump announced in July of 2017 that he intended to prohibit all transgender people from serving in the Army, although the White House subsequently advised that the enlistment of people who could in the future want to undergo an exchange operation should not be allowed. sex.

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