By Jon Levine
New York Post
The Pentagon said there would be no Pride flags flown over US military bases, keeping in place a Trump-era regulation strictly limiting the types of flags which can be flown at US military facilities.
“After some careful consideration, the department will maintain the existing policy from July of 2020 regarding the display or depiction of unofficial flags,” Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters Friday. “There won’t be an exception made this month for the Pride flag.”
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