The Trump Pride webpage asserts:
Through his bold plan to end the HIV epidemic to his global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in the 69 nations where it is illegal, President Trump has proven himself to be a strong advocate for the LGBT community both at home and abroad.
Trump Pride, pride.donaldjtrump.com, sourced 14 October 2020.
When I first read this, I was totally unaware of such a campaign. So...
Question: What steps has President Trump's "global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in the 69 nations where it is illegal" taken?
After some Googling, I get the impression that this was originally a political tactic to impugn Iran (February 2019) and is now used as pinkwashing to win ephemeral Caitlyn-Jenner-style votes (cf. GLAAD's Trump Accountability Project; What has Trump done to oppress the LGBT+ Community?). Pink News specifically criticizes it as follows:
Although much-touted by gay Trump supporters, there is little evidence that a US-led “global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in the 69 nations where it is illegal” has ever existed beyond an initial press release.
Donald Trump just sent invites to a ‘Trump Pride’ rally with no mention of LGBT+ people – or his 181 attacks on the community, Pink News, 13 October 2020.
Since February 2019, decriminalization of homosexuality has only occurred in Botswana (June 2019) and its unclear if Trump's campaign had any influence. A tweet (February 2019) indicates Trump was not even aware of the campaign, and there are reports of it being described as "not a big policy departure", and of advocates calling it "an unadulterated lie".
However, it's possible there is another side to this story. There are indeed Trump-supporting LGBT+ people and groups, e.g. OUTSpoken.