President Donald Trump's government on Wednesday has withdrawn the much appreciated Obama-era administration to public institutions giving transgender students freedom to use the toilets of their decision, repealing a signature action of previous Democratic President Barack Obama.
Changing of the Obama guidelines may cause outburst in the latest struggle in America among believers of typical values and social reformists, and it is likely to add more of the street rally that happened at Trump's Nov. 8 election and during the inaugural event.
Obama had ordered public schools last May to let transgender scholars use the bathrooms that meet their preferred gender status, warning to keep funding for schools that did not comply. Transgender people addressed the action as a triumph for their civil rights.
Now, when Trump has revoked it, let's find out about the chaos that's spread all across the USA.
In this short span of time in the office, Trump has already done a lot of harm to Obama-era policies, and this is yet another wound for Americans when Donald Trump repeals those transgender bathrooms guidelines.
Although, these rules were put on hold by a federal judge, claiming that states and public schools should have the authority to make their decisions without governmental interference.
People are waving vibgyor flags (the symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, or LGBT, people) and chanting to protest: "No hate, no fear, trans students are welcome here."
"We all know that Donald Trump is a bully, but his attack on transgender children today is a new low," said Rachel Tiven, chief executive officer of Lambda Legal, who supports LGBT people.
Such as Conservative from Texas, Attorney General Ken Paxton, who initiated the trial by challenging the Obama's direction, praised the Trump government action.
"Our fight over the bathroom directive has always been about former President Obama's attempt to bypass Congress and rewrite the laws to fit his political agenda for radical social change," reports Reuters.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said in his statement that, "President Trump's decision to rescind anti-discrimination protections for transgender students is yet another cruel move by an administration committed to divisive policies that roll back the clock on civil rights," reports Reuters.
The courts are expected to have ultimate say over if Title IX includes transgender students.
The Supreme Court could transfer on that issue in the Virginia trial and allow lower staff to show in, or go forward and determine what the law suggests.
"Revoking the guidance shows that the president's promise to protect LGBT rights was just empty rhetoric."
That's all, folks!