NY Daily News reports:
N.Y.C.-based gay activist Allen Roskoff, who co-authored the nation’s first gay rights bill in the 1970s, is so taken aback by Trump’s comments to the Des Moines Register about his anti-gay marriage and equality stance that he’s calling for a boycott of the Donald’s business interests.
“He’s crossed the Rubicon,” says Roskoff, a founder of the Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club. “It’s unconscionable that he could exist in New York City.”
“He’s an extreme bigot,” says Roskoff, who was the first openly gay appointed official in New York City and has served under Gov. Mario Cuomo and Mayor David Dinkins, among others.”
Roskoff adds: “Not only should gays be furious, we should be boycotting the products of the advertisers on his TV show” – “Celebrity Apprentice,” which premiered Sunday night on NBC-TV “and certainly boycotting his casinos and hotels and apartment buildings.”
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