Trump Supports Banned Pregnancy Procedure

Donald Trump

( – In defense of families being able to have babies when they may not be able to because of a medical condition, the favorite candidate to lead the Republican party this fall in the 2024 Presidential Election came out in opposition to a recent court ruling in Alabama that has banned a procedure used to help women get pregnant.

Specifically, former President Donald Trump has called on lawmakers in Alabama to take quick action to safeguard fertility treatments following a critical court decision.

The Alabama Supreme Court recently ruled that embryos are considered “children” which has led to the shutdown of several in vitro fertilization (IVF) clinics.

These clinics provide a crucial service for women struggling with fertility issues by fertilizing eggs outside the body and then implanting them. This whole situation created concern over legal issues clinics might face.

Using his social media site Truth Social Trump talked about his commitment to supporting American families and urged Alabama officials to protect IVF treatments.

“Today, I am calling on Alabama lawmakers to act quickly to find an immediate solution to preserve the ability of IVF in Alabama,” he wrote, expecting Alabama authorities to do something immediately.

Trump highlighted the importance of IVF in creating families and assured that the Republican Party stands with those seeking to experience the joy of parenthood.

“The Republican Party should always be on the side of the Miracle of Life – and the side of Mothers, Fathers and their Beautiful Babies. IVF is an important part of that, and our Great Republican Party will always be with you, in your quest, for the ULTIMATE JOY IN LIFE!”

This call for action comes amid silence from Trump on the issue since the court’s decision.

Meanwhile presidential candidate Nikki Haley has expressed her views initially supporting the ruling but later affirming her backing for IVF. “Embryos, to me, are babies,” Haley stated in an interview with NBC News. She continued her support for IVF in a discussion with NPR, saying, “It is very important that women like me have the ability to have that blessing of a baby.”

The court’s ruling allows a couple who lost fertilized eggs due to accidental destruction at a hospital to seek civil action.