The Pentagon said Friday that it will not make changes to a Trump administration policy that banned all unofficial flags, including the rainbow Pride flag representing the LGBTQ+ community, on U.S. military installations for Pride month.

The Department of Defense “will maintain the existing policy from July 2020 regarding the display or depiction of unofficial flags,” Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said at a press briefing Friday. “There won’t be an exception this month for the Pride flag.”

The department’s decision was first reported by CNN, which reported a few days ago that the Pentagon was reviewing the policy.

Last summer, then-President Donald Trump’s secretary of defense, Mark Esper, sent out a memo that banned the display of all unofficial flags.