President Barack Obama reiterated his support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) on Saturday.

Obama recorded a nearly 3 minute video to be played at the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) 17th annual National Dinner. HRC is the nation's largest LGBT rights advocate.

HRC President Chad Griffin introduced the president: “No one has done more for our movement than the man you're about to hear from. Take a look.”

“Hello HRC,” said Obama, who appeared in person at the annual fundraiser in 2011. “I want to thank everyone here for your leadership on behalf of the LGBT community.”

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“This is a big night for HRC and it comes at the end of a big year for LGBT rights,” Obama said before touting his administration's accomplishments in the area.

The president promised to “keep pushing Congress to pass measures like the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and give workers everywhere, including transgender Americans, the protection they deserve.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

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