He called the constitutional right "frankly ridiculous."
He's expected to sign an executive order Thursday setting up a commission that will look into the non-issue.
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Thursday's executive order could also make it harder for workers at religious organizations to get birth control.
A California judge said the order—which threatened to remove federal funds—infringed on the rights of local governments.
It asks federal agencies to review existing rules in an effort to push companies to pursue a "Buy American, Hire American" approach.
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The move comes after Trump removed an Obama-era guidance allowing students to use the restroom that aligned with their expressed gender, rather than biological sex.