The media learned about blocking daughter trump the decree on the abolition of protection of the LGBT community

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The daughter of Donald trump, Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner helped block the project of the decree of the President of the United States, which has cancelled the former head of state Barack Obama’s protection against discrimination of the LGBT community. It is reported Politico, citing informed sources.

Kushner, senior adviser to the President, and his wife, according to the publication, has made to the draft order on the abolition of the decree of Obama in 2014, which banned discrimination against gays and lesbians in the workplace, did not come back to the White house.

In addition, thanks to Ivanka trump and Jared Kushner, the White house on January 31 issued a statement which said that trump intends to protect the rights of all Americans, including members of the LGBT community. “The decree signed in 2014, which protects workers from discrimination in the workplace on the basis of LGBT, at the direction of President Donald trump will remain unchanged”, — stated in the document.

The White house said Politico that it was the draft, which contained “some ideas”, but not necessarily have to coincide with the views of trump. The newspaper notes that the draft decree was involved Vice-President Mike Pence, known for their conservatism.

January 20, immediately after the inauguration of the 45th President of the USA of Donald trump with the White house website gone dedicated pages, a number of topics, including the rights of the LGBT community.

Under former President Barack Obama opinion of same-sex marriage was recognized as a constitutional right of a citizen. In June 2015, the country’s Supreme court decided to legalize the registration of gay unions throughout the United States. Earlier recognition of same-sex unions was not in the Federal jurisdiction and in the jurisdiction of the government of each state.

In March last year in the White house for the first time started to work envoy for LGBT rights transgender Raffi Freedman-Gurspan. In 2015 she was the first employee of the White house, openly admitting sex change.