Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Thursday said that he would roll back the executive orders signed by the current Trump administration that are ‘dangerous’ and ‘discriminatory’.

A town hall attendee, the mother of a trans child, asked Biden how he would protect the rights of the LGBTQ people.

“The Trump administration has attacked the rights of transgender people – banning them from military service, weakening non-discriminatory protection and even removing the word transgender from some government websites. How will you, as president, reverse this dangerous and discriminatory agenda and ensure that the lives and rights of LGBTQ are protected,” asked Mieke Haeck, a Pennsylvania resident.

Biden responded by saying that he would change the law and eliminate the executive orders that Haeck was mentioning.

The question and Biden’s response is winning accolades on social media. Several LGBTQ activists, celebrities and US citizens took to Twitter to applaud Biden for bringing such an important issue to the fore.

Biden and President Donald Trump offered undecided voters their views on several issues during separate town halls on Thursday.

The dueling appearances, scheduled at the same time on rival networks, showed Biden giving unflashy, often in-depth answers to voters in the audience, while Trump delivered a fiery defense of his presidency.