President Trump Tweets “I’m Strongly Pro-Life.” Says “We Must Stick Together for Life and Win in 2020”

National   Steven Ertelt   May 20, 2019   |   11:12AM    Washington, DC

In a series of tweets on Saturday, President Donald Trump encouraged pro-life Americans to continue fighting abortion and to come together to vote pro-life in 2020.

The president outlined his pro-life position saying he is strongly pro-life and he talked about the pro-life record he has accumulated so far as president. That record includes 105 federal judges, many of whom are pro-life are committed to upholding the Constitution, which does not include a right to abortion. He also talked about his Supreme Court appointees and the Mexico City policy, which saw him defund the international Planned Parenthood abortion business.

Trump said the pro-abortion side is currently imploding on the issue because they are pushing abortions up to birth and infanticide and called on pro-life Americans to stick together and secure another victory in the presidential race in 2020.

“We must stick together and Win for Life in 2020. If we are foolish and do not stay UNITED as one, all of our hard fought gains for Life can, and will, rapidly disappear,” he said.

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Trump has fulfilled many of his campaign promises to pro-life voters. Many pro-lifers who were skeptical of his past pro-abortion stance have been pleasantly surprised by his administration’s efforts to protect the unborn.

Earlier this year, the Trump administration implemented a new Title X rule that cut $44 million in tax dollars from the abortion giant Planned Parenthood.

In one of his first acts as president, Trump also reinstated the Mexico City Policy, which prohibits international aid from going to groups that provide or promote abortions. That resulted in an additional $100 million in cuts to Planned Parenthood’s international arm, as well as cuts to other pro-abortion groups.

Other accomplishments include appointing pro-life people to key positions at the White House and federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. His administration also stopped the HHS mandate that tried to compel faith-based employers to cover birth control drugs and devices that may cause abortions in their employee health plans.

During his first year in office, Trump also signed a bill to allow states to defund Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion chain in America.

Trump almost certainly will face a pro-abortion Democratic challenger in 2020. All of the prominent Democratic candidates so far support abortions for any reason up to birth, and many of them – including U.S. Sens. Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders – voted against a bill to protect newborn babies from infanticide.