Mike Pence thinks so:
Vice President Mike Pence told tens of thousands of pro-life activists gathered in D.C. that President Trump is the “most pro-life president in American history.”
In his remarks to the 45th March for Life, which were broadcast live via satellite from the Rose Garden, the vice president said the U.S. Supreme Court launched the pro-life movement 45 years ago when it created a constitutional right to abortion in Roe v. Wade.
“A movement that continues to win hearts and minds,” Mr. Pence said. “A movement defined by generosity, compassion and love, and a movement that one year ago tomorrow inaugurated the most pro-life president in American history, President Donald Trump.”
He touted Mr. Trump’s pro-life accomplishments, including “preventing taxpayer dollars from funding abortions overseas” and “nominating judges who will uphold our God-given liberties enshrined in the Constitution of the United States.”
“This president has been a tireless defender of life and conscience in America,” he said. “And today, President Trump will do even more to defend the must vulnerable in our society.”
This means nothing. Trump has done nothing yet to limit abortions in America. Let’s see how significantly abortion declines during his presidency and then we can talk. Abortions have been declining in America since 2006. Let’s see if Trump can keep it going. (Of course you want to define “pro-life” in a way that includes the protection of human life outside the womb, we need to have another conversation).
So far, Barack Obama appears to be the most pro-life president in American history since Roe v. Wade. In fact, abortions shrunk every year Obama was in office.