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LGBTQ groups and activists are calling out President Donald Trump for his failure recognize June as Pride Month. Trump had endorsed a number of other celebrations associated with the month of June, including National Ocean Month and African-American Music Appreciation Month, but has avoided acknowledging Gay Pride.

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During his presidential campaign, Trump claimed to be a supporter of LGBTQ individuals and their rights. However, he lost some goodwill when he chose running mate Mike Pence, who once referred to gay marriage as a "societal collapse."

"Ask yourself, who is really the friend of women and the LGBT community? Donald Trump with actions or Hillary Clinton with her words?" Trump said at a New Hampshire campaign stop in 2016. "I will tell you who the better friend is. And some day I believe that will be proven out big league."

Despite his bold words regarding his support for the LBGTQ community, a vast majority of the community's leaders didn't believe him.

Rea Carrey, the executive director of the National LGBTQ Task Force, told the New York Times in 2016: "Even if people believe that about Trump, what is true is he will now be held to the G.O.P. platform."

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While Trump may claim he supports LGBTQ rights, his record has not been strong. In his first day in office, the White House's official website was overhauled and a section intended to preserve gay and lesbian rights.

Former President Barack Obama was very vocal about his support for the LGBTQ community. Beginning in 2011, Obama made an official declaration annually to recognize Pride Month. While the tradition wasn't practiced by his predecessor George W. Bush (who was very vocal about his opposition to gay marriage), Bill Clinton was the first president to recognize Pride Month.

While the Trump administration has remained silent on Pride Month, the president's daughter, Ivanka Trump, took to Twitter to show support for the LGBTQ community.

"I am proud to support my LGBTQ friends and the LGBTQ Americans who have made immense contributions to our society and economy," she tweeted on Friday.

Her efforts were quickly met with backlash. One commenter on Twitter wrote: "Tweet your Dad, please."