Donald Trump’s Policies Are Helping Women Everywhere

President Trump ran on a campaign pledge to help women, and he’s backing it up.

He promised the pro-life movement he would fight to end abortion, and even though Trump’s been in office for roughly 100 days, he’s already taken major actions to prove he means business.

Pro-life Supreme Court Justice? Confirmed.

Restricting funding to abortion groups? Done.

Stopping federal funds from paying for abortions overseas? Accomplished.

In fact, in his first 100 days, Trump has demonstrated one thing – he means what he says, and he’s good to follow through on his campaign promises.

But not everyone is happy with President Trump’s policies.

Feminist liberal women across the nation are an emotional mess as they watch Trump continue to bring his campaign promises to life.

When Trump signed a bill to allow states to withhold federal funding from pro-abort organizations like Planned Parenthood, feminists were beside themselves calling Trump’s action the “worst political attack on women’s health in a generation”.

CNN reports:

“(Women’s) worst fears are now coming true. We are facing the worst political attack on women’s health in a generation as lawmakers have spent the past three months trading away women’s health and rights at every turn,” Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood, said in a statement.”

Fortune also released a scathing article, criticizing Trump for being “anti-women” and for restricting abortion rights for women.

But Trump’s policies are actually saving women’s lives.

Despite the rhetoric feminists spew, performing abortions is not “pro women”.

Even Vice News admits Trump has kept his word to women:

 “He has got the weight of the world on him and yet he is keeping his promises to the pro-life movement,” said Jim Sedlak, executive director of the American Life League, which describes itself as a Catholic pro-life education organization. “I think after eight years we’re going to look back at the Trump presidency and say, ‘Thank you, God. You gave us what we needed.”

Since taking office, Trump has taken several actions to show his commitment to helping women in the workforce.

Although the mainstream media doesn’t cover the positive things Trump has done for women, he’s already developed an impressive pro-women trend.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Trump signed a pair of bills aimed at recruiting women in STEM careers.

And given his track record so far to get things done, many women who supported Trump have no doubt he’ll continue to enact pro-women policies.

The Hill reports:

“President Trump on Friday reiterated his commitment to “helping women in the workforce,” vowing that it remains “a priority” for his administration.

“As president, I am committed to ensuring that women entrepreneurs have equal access to the capital, markets and networks of support that they need, and I mean really need,” Trump said during his weekly address.

“And it’s going to happen. This is a priority for my administration. I campaigned on helping women in the workforce, and we are going to deliver on that promise, believe me.”

Do you think Trump is committed to helping women? What do you think about his accomplishments so far?

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