WASHINGTON DC - For the first time in its 44-year history, the National March for Life will be attended by a vice-president. VP Mike Pence and presidential advisor Kellyanne Conway will address the marchers Friday at noon in Washington D.C.
Thursday evening, Pence met with pro-life leaders in his office and tweeted out a photo of the meeting, saying he was "honored" to meet with them. Within the first few days of being sworn into office, President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning U.S. tax dollars being sent to other countries to fund abortions.
Friday morning, President Trump lent his support to Pence and the March for Life via Twitter: