Former President Donald Trump made a bold promise at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to a Majority Policy Conference. Speaking on the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, Trump vowed to tackle late-term abortion if he were to secure another term as president.
Trump attributed the overturning of Roe v. Wade to his appointments of Justices Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. He praised these justices as the pivotal votes that led to this historic ruling and expressed his hope that they would stand strong amidst harassment and intimidation from the left.
Highlighting his administration’s pro-life policies, Trump described himself as the “most pro-life president in American history.” He emphasized the reinstatement and expansion of the Mexico City Policy, which prevents federal funding for organizations that provide abortion counseling or referrals. He also mentioned his administration’s efforts to prevent taxpayer funding for abortion providers and to defend the rights of nations protecting innocent life at the United Nations.
Reaffirming his commitment to the pro-life cause, Trump pledged to fight against late-term abortion and stressed the importance of the federal government in protecting the unborn. He believed that the recent Supreme Court victory has given his side greater leverage in negotiations.
“We will defeat the Radical Democrat policy of extreme late-term abortion—and we will bring everybody together to protect our precious unborn babies in a very big way. We now have the negotiating power because of our great Supreme Court victory,” Trump declared.
In conclusion, he stated, “Every child, born and unborn, is a sacred gift from God.”
Donald Trump’s Strong Stance Against Late-Term Abortion: Promises for the Future