President Trump has caused a new wave of controversy among both the people of the United States and Hollywood celebrities with his new announcement that he has banned Transgender people from serving in the U.S. Military. Now, Candis Cayne has spoken out about the new ban.

Cayne, who has been rumored to have dated close friend Caitlyn Jenner, initially took to Twitter after the ban was announced to share her shock over it, simply writing, “wow no words.” She then took to social media again a few moments later to share thoughts about how the ban is more about “hate” for those who are transgender, calling for such actions against the community to stop.

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Cayne, who started the transition process back in 1996 and became more recognized in recent years for her association with Jenner, isn’t the only transgender person, or celebrity in general, who has reacted to the news on social media. In fact, Chelsea Manning, who was released from prison in May for releasing sensitive military documents to WikiLeaks, and did serve in the Military prior to her arrest, has also taken to Twitter to share her thoughts on the new rule, blasting how the military could justify other spending, but is using the medical costs for transgender service members as a justification for keeping them out.

Transgender Model Isis King, who was the first transgender model to compete on “America's Next Top Model,” also spoke out, attacking the President's use of the word “disruption” in his announcement.

Janet Mock, an author and former editor, also took to social media and spoke out, saluting those who have previously served while openly transgender and accusing the President of using the new policy to distract from other issues with his administration.

The Trump administration announced the new policy in a series of tweets from his official Twitter account earlier this morning, citing that the decision was made due to the cost of medical expenses transgender service members would incur, as well as saying that such service members were also a “distraction” to others.

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“After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military. Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail. Thank you,” he wrote.

Other celebrities have also spoken out against the new ban on social media as well, including former “Glee” actor Kevin McHale, “Big Brother” Reality Star Andy Herren, and actress Cynthia Erivo.

Several others have also taken to social media to critique the decision, most notably among them several Democratic and Republican lawmakers, including former Vice-President Joe Biden, New York Senator Chuck Schumer, Florida Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, Michigan Representative Dan Kildee, and California Representative Ted Lieu.

Candis Cayne and Caitlyn Jenner
Candis Cayne, pictured here with rumored ex Caitlyn Jenner at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, California on Feb. 26, 2017, is speaking out about the Trump Administration’s policy to ban Transgender people from serving in the U.S. Military. Getty Images