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Trump Admin Tells UN “There is No International Right to Abortion. Everyone Has a Right to Life”

The Trump administration continued to stand strong for the rights of unborn babies Thursday against international pressure to support abortion on demand.

The Daily Nation reports the United States and European Union “openly clashed” over abortion politics at an international population summit organized by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Kenya and Denmark.

The Nairobi Summit on International Conference on Population and Development 2025, which took place in Kenya this week, largely is a meeting of abortion activists and pro-abortion political leaders.
On Thursday, the United States and 10 other countries rejected a summit document that supports abortion on demand, according to CNS News.
In a joint statement, Valerie Huber, appointed by President Donald Trump as a special representative for global women’s health, said they believe that every human being has a right to life.

“There is no international right to abortion,” Huber said. “In fact, international law clearly states ‘everyone has the right to life.’”

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It’s a shameful time when it takes an American to need to tell the United Nations of one of their founding principles.

In 2017, President Donald Trump stopped giving American tax dollars to UNFPA because it pushes abortions on other countries and has worked with China for decades to implement its forced abortion population control policies. Trump renewed the order again in 2018 and 2019. The decision cut $32.5 million in funding from the UNFPA budget.

The UNFPA is the organisation that stated openly that the broken family is a “triumph of human rights”. It’s time other nations stopped funding this dreadful organisation.

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