Trump celebrates one-year anniversary of Roe v. Wade’s DEMISE

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump celebrated life on Saturday night at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s “Road to Majority” conference in Washington, D.C., reflecting on the one-year anniversary of the demise of Roe v. Wade, which was toppled thanks to his appointment of three conservative Supreme Court justices during his first term in office.

“I was the first sitting president ever to attend the March for Life Rally right here in Washington, D.C.,” he pointed out.

He also said he hoped those justices that he appointed – Justice Kavanaugh, Justice Gorsuch, and Justice Barrett – would “remain strong” in the face of “harassment” from the radical left.

The president was greeted with massive applause during his keynote remarks on Saturday. The crowd periodically broke out into chants of “TRUMP!”

Trump asked the audience how Christians could possibly vote for Democrats, considering the left’s radical positions on issues of religion.

He facetiously remarked that the “radicals” on the left were the people who were “really in trouble with the LORD,” especially when it came to their willingness to abort unborn babies up until the ninth month of pregnancy.

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