Trump Wants to Keep Our Country Gay, But Not Really, Ryan Field Books

 Trump Wants to Keep Our Country Gay, But Not Really

I think Donald Trump is the most controversial figure I have ever seen in my lifetime. People either love him or despise him. He’s broken up families, friends, and sometimes even marriages. And he continues to plow forward with such a strong MAGA following that I wouldn’t go near any of it with a ten-foot pole. MAGA people hate gay people. And I’ve experienced that kind of hate on Twitter firsthand. 

With that said, Trump recently stated at one of his huge rallies, “we have to keep our country gay.” And thousands of people stood there stunned. Trump quickly realized his mistake and said, “we have to keep our country great.” Clearly, he had misspoken. 

After this happened, apparently, Trump’s mistake went so viral that one anti-Trump account on Twitter received a million hits. I was on Twitter all weekend and I guess I missed it all. But then I tend to follow book people, a few celebrities, and non-political accounts. I’m not a fan of politics in general. I find it sleazy, dirty, and rotten. 

You can read some of the comments people left, here.  It also goes on to discuss Trump’s history with the LGBTQIA community. 


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