And yesterday, on the next business day after this release, two major federal lawsuits were filed (details here) challenging the proposed order, which includes a selective ban on trans military now actively serving and a total ban on any new trans enlistments. One suit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the other by Lambda Legal; both were filed on behalf of multiple actively serving trans military personnel.
This is not a surprise, considering the incredibly moronic way that Trump rolled out this ban. By announcing it unofficially weeks earlier, he unintentionally gave opponents a head start to plan legal challenges, which they could file as soon as the order became official, which happened last Friday.
LGB must stand with T in support on this issue. I previously wrote a post here about why. If the trans ban were allowed to stand, the military could follow that with a return to "don't ask, don't tell" or even worse.
Once rights are chipped away for one group, chipping them away for other groups becomes easier.