The purpose of the Armed Forces is to kill people, break things, and win wars. Things that do not contribute to our combat capability have no place in the military.
So is it safe to assume your stance is that people who are transgender are incapable of contributing to our combat capability? Are they subhumans or something? I don't get your point here, please clarify.
It is not that they are incapable of contribution. Inclusion of the transgendered creates more problems than it solves, and in the opinion of senior military advisors, reduces combat effectiveness.
This is not a military problem, and it cannot be solved by the military. This is a problem with society as a whole. Until our society addresses the problem, if it presents a drag on combat effectiveness, the new policy should remain in place.
As far as the benefits Trump has accomplished so far, they are legion, starting with the steady dismemberment of failed Democratic policies, dismantling the regulatory system of unnecessary and intrusive regulations, and judicial appointments of jurists who will interpret and enforce laws as written.
He has done a good job of making good on the promises for which he was elected. Goals that require cooperation with Congress, a co-equal branch of government, remain underway.
Any example of anything hes done positive for the country? You basically aren't saying anything here.
He is supported by the voters who elected him. This is why we have elections, to determine who formulates policy. In the opinions of the voters who elected him, his policies benefit the country. That is what elected officials are supposed to do, abide by the wishes of their constituents.