Pro-life activist: Voters must help Trump push pro-life agenda

Thursday, February 13, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Planned Parenthood logo with cash backgroundPresident Donald Trump needs help from voters to implement pro-life legislation, says a pro-life activist.

The president has submitted a proposed budget that was put together in part from a pro-life prospective.

David O'Steen of the National Right to Life Committee tells OneNewsNow that Trump has done everything a president can do to implement pro-life policies, such as cutting off Title X funding to Planned Parenthood.

“Now this budget goes even further seeking to pull Planned Parenthood funding from other sources that [Trump] cannot unilaterally do,” O’Steen says.

That means Congress must pass pro-life measures, in both houses, but the House is currently in the hands of pro-abortion Democrats.

O'steen says that means it is important for voters to give President Trump a Congress he can work with on pro-life matters in the upcoming elections.

“We feel very confident that President Trump is doing all that he can to promote pro-life,” O’Steen says, “and to try to save the lives of these unborn children, and we have to do all we can to bring him back and give him the support he needs in Congress.”

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