In other news, Facebook has reportedly handed over data on the ads purchased by Russian troll farms to special prosecutor Robert Mueller.
Meanwhile, New York City schools will offer free lunch to all students this year regardless of family income. This will add approximately 200,000 students to the number who already receive free or reduced-price lunches.
Finally, Equality California has filed a new lawsuit against Trump's transgender military service ban on behalf of two state residents.
Notably, one of the plaintiffs has already received some of the medical care that conservatives say makes his enlistment too costly.
The plaintiffs in the new lawsuit include Aiden Stockman, 20, of Yucca Valley, who has identified as a transgender male since the eighth grade; and Tamasyn Reeves, 29, who first attempted to join the Navy when she was blocked by the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy that banned gay people from serving openly in the military.
Stockman had been preparing to enlist in the Air Force and worries that Trump’s order will prevent him from joining the military. He delayed enlisting last year because he wanted to complete a double mastectomy before joining the Air Force, the lawsuit says.