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February 6, 2020

Donald Trump Speaks about Abortion During State of the Union Address

File:State of the Union 2020 (49494009511).jpgDuring his State of the Union address on Feb. 4, Donald Trump again emphasized the need to end late-term abortion. He spoke about to proposals he has set before Congress which would help reduce the horrible life-ending practice.

Immediately after bestowing the Medal of Honor to radio personality Rush Limbaugh, who was recently diagnosed with stage four lung cancer, President Trump transitioned to the issue of abortion:

“As we pray for all who are sick, we know that America is constantly achieving new medical breakthroughs. In 2017, doctors at St. Luke’s hospital in Kansas City delivered one of the earliest premature babies ever to survive. Born at just 21 weeks and six days and weighing less than a pound, Ellie Schneider was a born fighter. Through the skill of her doctors and the prayers of her parents, little Ellie kept on winning the battle of life. Today Ellie is a strong, healthy two-year-old girl, sitting with her amazing mother Robin in the gallery. Ellie and Robin, we are glad to have you with us tonight.”

“Ellie reminds us that every child is a miracle of life, and thanks to modern medical wonders, 50 percent of very premature babies delivered at the hospital where Ellie was born now survive,” the president continued. “Our goal should be to ensure that every baby has the best chance to thrive and grow just like Ellie. That is why I’m asking Congress to provide an additional $50 million to fund neonatal research for America’s youngest patients.”

“That is why I’m also calling upon members of Congress here tonight to pass legislation finally banning the late-term abortion of babies. Whether we are Republican, Democrat or independent, surely we must all agree that every human life is a sacred gift from God.”

This follows President Trump becoming the first sitting president to speak in person at March for Life on January 24. His ability to speak about these issues without fear of political backlash sets him apart from many supposedly pro-life politicians of the past.

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