Trump Considering Openly Gay Man to Cabinet Post

Jason Hopkins
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Posted: Nov 15, 2016 8:00 AM
Trump Considering Openly Gay Man to Cabinet Post

Sources close to Trump’s White House transition process have revealed that the president-elect is seriously considering Richard Grenell to be U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

If selected, Grenell would enter the position with plentiful experience under his belt. He was the longest serving U.S. spokesman to the United Nations under the George W. Bush administration. Grenell also served as Mitt Romney’s foreign policy adviser during the 2012 election.

Grenell is also openly gay.

If chosen, Grenell would be the first openly-gay individual to serve a Cabinet-level foreign policy post – making his appointment historical. His candidacy alone showcases Trump's desire for the best and brightest to serve in his White House, regardless of sexual orientation.

Trump’s campaign and White House transition is already becoming too paradoxical for liberals and their unsubstantiated accusations. They claim he hates women, gays, and undermines democracy. So far, Trump’s candidacy made history by becoming the first successful presidential campaign to be run by a woman (Kellyanne Conway), he has no desire to reverse same-sex marriage and is now considering gays to serve in his White House, and we have anti-Trump protests sweeping across the country in defiance of a democratically held election.

It’s really starting to look like Trump will be the president nothing like the left has painted him to be… but that won’t stop them from labeling him a bigot.