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Trump Denies Knowledge Of Administrations Plan To Decriminalise Homosexuality Globally

When asked about his Administrations plan to start talks in order to decriminalise homosexuality around the globe, US President Donald Trump has denied any knowledge.

Last week openly gay U.S. Ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell announced that the Trump administration will lead an initiative to pressure countries that criminalise homosexuality and homosexual acts to change their laws.

When asked about the report, Trump said he “don’t know” about it.

“Mr. President, on your push to decriminalise homosexuality, are you doing that? And why?” a reporter asked Trump in the Oval Office.

“Say it?” the president responded.

“Your push to decriminalise homosexuality around the world,” the reporter said.

“I don’t know which report you’re talking about. We have many reports,” Trump answered. “Anybody else?”

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