No question that former President Donald Trump is pro-American family.
Originally published by WND News Service. Used with permission.
During President Donald Trump’s first term, he took a number of pro-life actions, specifically endorsing adoption in a number of ways.
He signed the Child Welfare Executive Order, and a report in The Hill outlined how it was to strengthen foster care and adoption programs.
The White House said, then, “Among other changes, the order seeks to increase partnerships between public, private, faith-based, and community organizations to help keep families together and, when that is not possible, to find children forever families.”
At one point, Trump’s advocacy for adoption included calling a 4-year-old adopted child, Katherine, and her parents up to a podium where he was speaking to encourage them.
Then, of course, Trump’s appointees to the Supreme Court paved the way for the demise of the faulty Roe v. Wade precedent that for years had allowed millions of unborn to be killed in America.
The reversal did not outlaw abortion, but it did return to states the authority to regulate the nation’s highly profitable abortion industry with limits.
Now, in a new interview, Trump has promised that if elected, he’ll do even more for adoption.
“I think it’s very important that if I win, and I hope I’m going to win, we’re winning by a lot right now, we’ll be pressing the adoption option,” Trump said in an interview with “Just the News, No Noise” television show.
The 45th president called in to the program from his Mar-a-Lago office and discussed issues including the border and Joe Biden’s scheme to open it for millions of illegal aliens, the report from Special Counsel John Durham that exonerated Trump of Democrat claims about Russian collusion in 2016, and Biden’s agenda to weaponize the government against conservatives and Christians.