WATCH: Donald Trump tells gay supporters: “You don’t look gay”

Donald Trump at a rally in 2020
Donald Trump (Photo: Gage Skidmore, via CC BY-SA 2.0)

Donald Trump held another fundraiser at his Mar-A-Lago residence in Florida on Wednesday evening. This one was for John Gibbs, a former Trump administration official, who is running to unseat a Michigan GOP lawmaker Rep. Peter Meijer who voted to impeach Trump last year.

Among those attending appears to be a small group of gay supporters.

When the former President addressed the crowd, someone shouted out “Gays for Trump!”

Trump heard it and looked in the direction of the voice.

“Where’s Gays for Trump?” he asked.

Someone responds, “We’re over here!”

Trump looks at them and jokingly says, “You don’t look gay.”

The crowd all laughs, before Trump goes on to say, “We did great with the gay population, as you know.”

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A video clip was shared by Patriot Takes on Twitter.

Peter Boykin, the founder of the Gays for Trump organization, told Newsweek that many in the group, “Probably wouldn’t ‘look gay’ because it’s a stereotype that fits more with the typical ‘look’ of leftist LGBT. Not saying some of us might look fabulous and ‘gay.’

“Otherwise it was a suit and tie event, so unless one of us was wearing a joker suit, meh.”

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In case you need reminding, between 2017 and 2021, the advocacy group GLAAD kept a running count of all the Trump administration’s attacks on LGBTQ people. It totaled 181 by the time Trump left office, including his ban on trans people serving in the military and a move to allow federal employers to discriminate against LGBTQ just days before his departure from the White House.