By Matt ViserByMatt ViserThe story of how transgender man Chloe Bag became the first openly transgender president of the United States is an important one.

But there’s a bit more to it than meets the eye.

The story, which will be told in a new book about transgender politics, is about Bag’s transition from the boy to the man who would become the president of his own country.

Bag is one of the few transgender people to ever occupy the White White House.

He’s the first president to use his office to be the first in his family to be a trans person, but there’s more to the story than that.

The book explores Bag’s life from the moment he was born in the Philippines in 1980 until he became the youngest transgender man to hold the presidency.

The experience has shaped Bag, who was a political prisoner and activist for years before becoming the first man to be elected president of a country.

As president, Bag has used his power to bring a greater sense of understanding to transgender issues, including his advocacy for transgender rights and protections.

Bag has also become a vocal opponent of President Donald Trump, saying in 2016 that he didn’t think Trump understood transgender issues and would hurt his legacy by allowing transgender people in the military.

A transgender man named Chloe Bag has been president of Colombia, and his father, Oscar, is the president and vice president of Columbia University, the United Nations and the World Bank.

Alyssa Pereira is a senior staff writer for The Washington Times.