LGBT rights page gone from White House website

LGBT rights page gone from White House website
Within moments of President Trump’s swearing-in Friday, webpages about LGBT rights went missing from the White House and Department of Labor websites.
A search for "HIV/AIDS Strategy" also failed to yield any results.
The disappearances could signal the new administration is planning to make changes to certain protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.
Trump told CBS’s “60 Minutes” in November that he’s “fine” with same-sex marriage and doesn’t think the Supreme Court needs to revisit the issue. Throughout his campaign, he also painted himself as a “friend” of the LGBT community.
Vice President Pence is a devout evangelical Christian, who as governor of Indiana signed a religious freedom bill that critics claimed allowed for LGBT discrimination.