President Donald Trump on Friday will become the first president to attend the March for Life when he speaks at the annual march and rally that gathers anti-abortion supporters from across the country in the nation's capital.
He spoke for about 10 minutes at the start of the rally and before attendees began their march to the Supreme Court.
While impeachment will forever stain his record, Trump is all-but-assured of exoneration by the Republican-held Senate - and the former real estate magnate is already looking past the trial to the re-election fight that awaits.
Trump's speech before the largely supportive crowd was punctuated by applause and cheers. Democrats have embraced the most radical and extreme positions taken in this country for years and decades....
A speaker who appears to be Trump then responds: "Get rid of her!"
"They're asking you not only to overturn the results of the last election, but as I have said before they're asking you to remove President Trump in the ballot in an election that's occurring in approximately nine months", Cipollone said.More news: Wu celebrates Chinese New Year by leading pack in Dubai
On Wednesday, Trump retweeted a post by the March for Life, adding, "See you on Friday.big crowd!"
"We march because we want our country to defend the rights of unborn children", said Maura Smith, the organizer of the trip.
"With this Notice", the department said, "OCR requests that California inform OCR, within thirty days, whether California will continue to enforce its requirement that all health plans cover elective abortions, or whether it will agree to take corrective action and remedy the effect of its discriminatory conduct".
Abortion remains one of the most divisive issues in the United States.
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The Trump administration has done all that it can to restrict abortion access, has appointed anti-abortion judges and tried to cut off federal money from abortion services.
Demonstrators at the March for Life in Washington.
"Whether he was pro-life before or not, it doesn't really matter, because he has continued to prove that he will vote pro-life", Matson said. We've seen this in Canada with the organized influence of activists in the Conservative Party federally and the PCs provincially.
Among them was Anne Fitzgerald, 44, who said that at age 21 she gave up her daughter for adoption so she could finish college.
As for the president's latest comments on abortion, Kristyn Brandi, a New Jersey OB-GYN and board chair of Physicians for Reproductive Health, told Newsweek late Friday afternoon: "What the president said today was inaccurate and inflammatory".
Fitzgerald said she was at first skeptical of Trump's stance on abortion, but is proud he turned out to be "strong ally".
While Trump has certainly shown enormous support - he addressed the march in 2018 via a live feed - he actually supported abortion rights until at least 2013.More news: Super Nintendo World Confirmed for New Universal Theme Park