Donald Trump Says A Baby Born In The 9th Month “Is Wrong” And “Has To Change” Because . . .

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Ok, this is truly going to make you shake your head.

While speaking at the 45th annual March For Life on Friday, President Donald Trump, made a remark that required a double take.

In a video taping of the event, Trump clearly states the following:

Right now, in a number of states, the laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother’s womb in the ninth month. It is wrong. It has to change.”

Say what?

Actually, maybe it’s better if you hear it for yourself:

Oh my god Trump says he doesn’t support babies staying in their mother’s womb for the full nine months. This is frightening!!
— Vic Berger IV (@VicBergerIV) January 19, 2018

We know that the president and a large portion of American people don’t see eye to eye on a lot of things, but we really thought full-term pregnancies were something we all agreed were a good thing.

The Twitterverse was quick to rationalize that Trump wasn’t, in fact, condemning the evolutionarily sound 40-week gestation period.

Most believe that he meant to say “torn from his or her mother’s womb,” in reference to third-trimester abortions.

Even so, such a reference seems a bit out of turn considering that less than two percent of US abortions occur after the second trimester.

Abortions anytime during the third trimester are very rare and are often only done when there’s a risk of a severe, fatal birth defect.

So it’s a bit off-beat to discuss it as if it’s a systemic problem that needs correcting.

But we don’t know what’s worse — the mistaken word or the original intent!

What do you think he meant?

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