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A Timeline of Mike Pence’s Discrimination Against the LGBT Community

Trump defends military pardons saying 'deep state' objected. Listen to Trump distance himself from Giuliani. Pence's opposition to LGBT equality has long drawn the scorn of gay rights activists and made him a champion of the Religious Right. But scrutiny of Pence's record on LGBT issues intensified recently when White House Deputy press secretary Judd Deere suggested last week in a tweet that the vice president wasn't anti-gay because he was having lunch with the Irish prime minister, who is gay, and his partner during a state visit.

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Get the facts on the RealMikePence. Donald Trump's remark lays open the depth of their hostility and animosity toward LGBTQ people, and just how deeply they believe we should be treated as second-class citizens in our own country. But Trump is a bully and so is his administration. Matthew Barrett for lunch in Ireland, that meant Pence could no longer be called "anti-gay. Search icon A magnifying glass. It indicates, "Click to perform a search".

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Mike Pence said being gay was 'a choice' or a 'learned behavior' - Business Insider

Kat Tenbarge. After meeting with the prime minister of Ireland and his male partner for lunch, a White House spokesperson suggested on Twitter that Vice President Mike Pence couldn't be "anti-gay. In opposing a local Indiana effort to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation, Pence said "the great vast majority of the psychological community says homosexuality at a very minimum is a choice by the individual, and at the maximum, is a learned behavior," CNN reported.