In an interview with gay glossy The Advocate, Hillary Clinton called Donald Trump “100% wrong” on LGBT rights.

Clinton is expected to be named the Democratic nominee for president at this week's Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia.

When asked, “What is the danger of these positive changes – and other Obama administration advances – rolling back during a Trump presidency?” Clinton answered that “so much progress is at risk if Donald Trump is elected president.”

“He promises to sign the First Amendment Defense Act [FADA], immediately rescind President Obama’s executive actions protecting LGBT people from discrimination, and work to overturn the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling. He’s 100% wrong on each of those positions,” Clinton said.

“His comments about the court deserve a closer look. Our next president could appoint more than one justice to the Supreme Court. Donald Trump has said his ideal nominees include a judge who equated same-sex relationships to 'bestiality,' 'pedophilia,' and 'necrophilia,'” she said, referring to the late Antonin Scalia.

“Maya Angelou said, 'When somebody shows you who they are, believe them the first time.' Donald Trump has shown us who he is when it comes to LGBT equality. We should believe him,” Clinton added.