Wow! Hollywood has gone all atwitter with their Trump hate over President Trump banning transgenders from military service.

A ban of transgenders used to be normal and accepted. Since Barack Hussein, everything is upside down, including our most revered institutions, like our armed forces, which became little more than a liberal social experiment for the eight disastrous years.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, President Trump drew swift ire from Hollywood, politicians, civilians and journalists alike after a series of Wednesday morning tweets about his plans to ban transgender people from serving in the U.S. military.

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Trump took to Twitter to deliver the announcement in three separate tweets, saying the U.S. government “will not accept or allow” transgender people to serve “in any capacity” in the military. “Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory,” he wrote. “And cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.”

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Trump did not say what would happen to the transgender people who are already in the military — as many as 250 service members are in the process of transitioning or have been approved to transition to their preferred genders, according to the Associated Press. A RAND Corp. study from 2016 estimated that there are about 1,320 and 6,630 transgender personnel in active duty. The study observed that the monetary costs of allowing transgender people to openly serve would likely be low, estimating that annually only 29 to 129 active service members would seek care disrupting their ability to deploy.

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