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Cody Permenter is terrified by the thought of a Donald Trump presidency. Lucian Baxter Wintrich IV, on the other hand, recently posted a photo of himself near the White House on Twitter with the caption "only a few more months until daddy paints it gold. The two share an unlikely bond: both rose to national attention this year after separately launching projects—one a parody Twitter account, the other a satirical photo series —called "Twinks for Trump. Both projects were inspired by a viral CNN video earlier this year, in which three young, twinkish men gush about Donald Trump. Their legs are spread wide for an interview that looks like a prelude to Calvin Klein's banned underwear ads from the 90s. Even their names are implausibly pornographic: Brody, Turner, and Tate.
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In his first article as a White House correspondent, Lucian Wintrich criticized the other members of the press pool for focusing on Michael Flynn's resignation. Lucian Wintrich has little experience as a reporter, yet he was quick to criticize the White House press pool, of which he is the newest member. Wintrich — known as the creator of Twinks4Trump , a photo series of young men in "Make America Great Again" hats — made headlines this week, when he became a White House correspondent representing Gateway Pundit, a right-wing blog known for alt-right clickbait and its promotion of "alternative facts. In response, Media Matters devoted a piece critical of the "dangerous troll" for his lack of experience and his ties to the alt-right movement.
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He gestured to a supporter, who handed a wad of rainbow fabric up to the stage. He strutted stage left, grinning and nodding to the audience with a literal sign of his diverse support. Both Trump and his supporters have nurtured this LGBT-cozy image, diverging from past Republican presidential candidates.
Notorious conservative writer Charles C. They were excited for this to go on. Trump has cast himself as a defender of the LGBT community — one who is relatively agnostic on marriage — and he made a renewed round of overtures after the recent attack on an Orlando gay club. Tuesday's event was meant to be a LGBT-themed event.