Trump to become first president to attend pro-life rally

Later today, US President Donald Trump is set to become the first American president to attend the annual ‘March for Life’. Limiting abortion is an important cause for Trump’s evangelical base, as our Washington correspondent Kethevane Gorjestani explains.

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