Sue Fulton

LGBT advocate

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A former Army captain, Sue Fulton was among the first class of women to graduate from West Point. She is past president of the LGBT-military organization SPARTA

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During last year's campaign, Donald Trump promised to be a fighter for the LGBT community. As President, he has other ideas.

Politics and the rights of gay, lesbian and transgender Americans

During last year's campaign, Donald Trump promised to be a fighter for the LGBT community. As President, he has other ideas.

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