WH Press Secretary: Trump Will ‘Value Life – Born and Unborn’

By Melanie Arter | January 23, 2017 | 3:07pm EST
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer (AP Photo)

(CNSNews.com) – White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Monday that President Donald Trump will “stand up and value life – born and unborn.”

When asked what the people should expect from Trump as a pro-life president, Spicer said, “Their expectations should be that he’s going to stand up and value life – born or unborn – same as he’s said throughout the last year and a half, that he’s going to stand up and protect life, promote it, and instill policies that promote life, that promote adoption, that help support young women, that help support funding of agencies and clinics that support women’s health.”

 



Spicer’s comments come the same day that Trump signed a memorandum reinstating President Ronald Reagan’s Mexico City policy, which prohibits the U.S. Agency for International Development from giving any U.S. tax dollars to non-governmental institutions that refuse to certify in writing that they will neither perform nor promote abortions.

Spicer said Trump’s policies will support “all of life” and make sure that the nation has health care that “can support the American people and the American families.”

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