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Transgender people can now win in the U.S. military
Federal court ruling last month forcing them to comply with the Pentagon; Jennifer Griffin reports.
Minister of defense of Jim Mattis is expected, it is recommended President Trump that transgender people can serve people, in the US military, if you deploy abroad, a U.S. official with knowledge of the Secretary to think about the Problem, told Fox News on Thursday.
The officials said Mattis didn’t orders go against the recent Federal court, the Trump ruled the proposed ban on transgender people in the military illegal.
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Mattis’ expected decision was first reported by The Washington Post.
Officials tell Fox News that Mattis’ thinking was also shaped by its recently announced policy that every service member to be able to his or her device for more than 12 months, must leave the military.
Mattis to his recommendation has given to the President. Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White told reporters on Thursday, the Secretary-General the recommendation would be given by the President later “this week.”
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The official announcement about the transgender policy, it is expected that the White house no later than 23. March, according to officials. The Pentagon was caught off guard tweeted this past July, as a Trump, that transgender people were people welcome in the military “no capacity.”
The following month, Trump claimed that military recruitment policy transgender to be considered as “disqualifications of the end of mental and physical” state.
Since then, three Federal courts have ruled against the ban, and some Senate Republicans-including military veteran Joni Ernst from Iowa and John McCain of Arizona — have expressed their objections.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Lucas Tomlinson is the Pentagon and the State Department producer for Fox News Channel. You can follow him on Twitter: @Lucas FoxNews