Utah Lt. Gov. Apologizes to LGBT Community While Honoring Orlando Victims

Lt. Gov. Cox said his "heart has changed" and "we are Orlando, we love you."
0:49 | 06/16/16

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We're gonna begin with a public change of heart that led to a big apology to the LG BT community from what have you taught state leaders. You talk lieutenant governor Spencer Cox recently told a crowd gathered in Salt Lake City to mourn the victims of the Orlando shooting. At the tragedy caused his heart to change he used to. Use this gathering to admit when growing up as a child he treated LG BT classmates badly. I didn't notice. But I don't know that they or eight. I regret not treating them with the kindness CE Andrews. Oh it easier. For that. I sincerely and humbly politics. While the lieutenant governor has been applauded on line first heartfelt admission in for reaching out to make amends with the LG BT committed.

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