The White House on Friday derided Republican Gov. Kristi Noem because she was unable to answer a question about the high
rate within South Dakota's LGBTQ communities.
"Here's a start for you, Governor," White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tweeted in response to a clip of Noem. "1. Don't advance policies that attack trans youth, 2. Don't fund ads attacking LGBT youth, 3. support @POTUS' agenda to enhance support for youth mental health needs, with funding made available through the American Rescue Plan."
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