Trump hails anti-abortion measures in speech at March for Life

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At today's March for Life, anti-choice activists gathered at the National Mall were treated to short speeches from Vice President Pence and President Trump, which were livestreamed from just down the street in the Rose Garden. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services spelled out plans to protect medical providers who refuse to perform procedures such as abortions based on of moral or religious reasons.

"Under my administration, we will always defend the very first right in the Declaration of Independence, and that is the right to life", he said.

"You can not impose the government and say, 'Because of our ideology, we are not going to let the best medical judgment be made to protect the life and health of the mother, '" Price said.

"We are most grateful to announce that President Donald Trump will address the 45th annual March for Life from The White House via satellite on Friday January 19th".

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It was also the 45th March for Life.

Rep. Jan Schakowski, D-Ill., said: "Of course if a baby is born alive then everything must be done to protect that life". "But most importantly, like the March for Life, we are striving to do this without judgment in our hearts but with compassion and love for all the victims".

Wrapping up, Pence made comments on how life is now winning in America due to compassionate caregivers and volunteers, families, and because of the participants of the March For Life.

Last week, the Washington Examiner reported that the Senate would vote on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act sometime this month.

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Trump, who once supported abortion rights, became the first US chief executive to address the march by satellite.

Pam Tebow, NFL/MLB player Tim Tebow's mother, former NFL player Matt Birk and his wife Adrianna, House Speaker Paul Ryan, U.S. Representative Dan Lipinski, U.S. Representative Chris Smith and Sisters of Life's Sr. During his address to anti-abortion activists, President Trump called on the Senate to pass a bill outlawing abortions after 20 weeks, saying that late-term abortions are "wrong and it has to change".

"We're for legal and safe abortion", she said. Years ago, President Trump said he was pro-choice, but during his presidential campaign, he expressed the opinion that there has to be "some form of punishment" for people who have abortions. Polling numbers consistently show that the majority of Americans support a ban on abortion at this stage of pregnancy; these Americans no longer want to keep the company of countries like China and North Korea.

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