US President Donald Trump says he plans to attend a march on the march for life this week. Local time yesterday, Trump said he was the first US president to personally participate in the largest gathering of anti-abortion protesters in the United States.
According to AFP reports, Trump tweeted to a large number of people attending a rally in Washington, “See you Friday.”
Abortion rights activists accuse Trump of abortion. They also expressed concern. In Roe v. Wade, abortion was legalized according to the Supreme Court’s decision. It is now under threat.
Last year, Vice President Mike Pence attended the March for Life rally. This is the 47 anniversary of the rally. The rally was organized to protest the legalization of abortion.
The White House confirmed Wednesday that Trump is the first president to attend the rally. The rally was organized on the anniversary of Roe v Wade.
The president of the rally’s organizing party, Jane Mancini, said that Trump was very responsible for the anti-abortion movement. He employs state-of-the-art judges, anti-abortion activists. Reduces taxpayer funding for abortion at home and abroad. Trump and his administration have continued to support March for Life.
Although the Supreme Court declared abortion legal, there has been fierce opposition in various areas of the United States.
The United States will have a major examination of abortion issues next March. The court will review the Louisiana law at that time. Louisiana law is similar to Texas law four years ago. There are various restrictions on abortion issues.