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US President Donald Trump says it is a 'profound honour' to be the first president to speak at an annual anti-abortion event in Washington.

US President Donald Trump says it is a "profound honour" to be the first president to speak at an annual anti-abortion event in Washington.

In his speech at the March for Life rally, the US president said "unborn children have never had a stronger defender in the White House". He slammed the Democrats for what he called the most "radical and extreme positions" on abortion from any political party "in possibly centuries". Image: AP


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Abortion is sad, at the same time NO ONE has the right to tell anyone else what/ when/how they must treat their own bodies. That's abysmal.

I doubt if the God Botherers or Trump like each other at all. Trump has been forced into their political clutches by the irrational hatred of the centre left. Funny that the Democratic progressive lose again as a result of their blind hate based ideologies & actions.

Thank God for President Trump.

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