US: President Obama says anti-LGBT laws ‘Should be overturned’

The laws are "wrong," Obama said

President Obama said laws that have been passed in North Carolina and Mississippi targeting the LGBT community are “wrong and should be overturned” in a Friday joint press conference with the British Prime Minister David Cameron in London.

The president said U.K. travelers would be welcome in both states despite the laws, an assurance that follows a travel advisory from the U.K. Foreign Minister’s office issued in response to the two measures. “You should come and enjoy yourself,” President Obama said. “I think you would be treated with extraordinary hospitality.”

But he added, “I also think that the laws that have been passed there are wrong and should be overturned.” Read more via Time