Melissa Etheridge: Trump bigger hazard to happy rights than Pence
Singer Melissa Etheridge says that she attended a same-sex marriage dual years ago and Donald Trump was there. Looking behind now, she wonders how a male who’s now spearheading a radical regressive transformation done a cut.
“I always consider a best of people so no, we never suspicion we would be on this side of that,” Etheridge pronounced during a 14th annual Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards during Lincoln Center on Tuesday.
Whether a happy integrate who got married regrets mouth-watering Trump, Etheridge doesn’t know. She also seems confused about how The Donald got tied up with people like Vice President Mike Pence, who as a administrator of Indiana, frequently championed anti-gay legislation.
“I can’t pronounce (for a couple), though this is New York City and I’m certain there’s a lot of people who worked with (Trump) and socialized with him who are rolling their eyes and going, ‘Really?’” she said.
Though Pence has been outspoken about his anti-gay sentiments for years, a Grammy- and Oscar-winning thespian says that as a happy woman, Trump worries her some-more “because there’s an uneducated, unregulated partial of him.”
(Despite a president’s world view, it’s value observant that he is a University of Pennsylvania grad.)
Etheridge says that a president’s arrogant proceed to ruling is reduction reasonable than Pence and his peers’ honour for a approved process.
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After vocalization with us, Etheridge went on to perform strike songs “Come to My Window,” “I Wanna Be In Love,” “I Run For Life,” and “I’m a Only One” for Red Dress supporters including former NBC match Tamron Hall, ex E! contributor Alicia Quarles, late fighter Laila Ali, thespian Lena Hall and comedian Jane Lynch, who hosted a eventuality that lifted income to quarrel heart illness in women.
With Nicki Gostin
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