The statement from a Trump administration official said it was a “shame” that the March for Life next Friday “will not get anywhere near the same amount of coverage that this march got—and those pro-life members were NOT welcome at the Women’s March.””The organizers noted that their platform is pro-choice and they revoked partnership status’ from pro-life groups,” the statement continued.The White House also called out Madonna, one of many celebrities to speak at marches across the country, for telling crowds that she had “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House.”The White House statement does not include the rest of Madonna’s comment, which continued: “But I know that this won’t change anything. We cannot fall into despair.” Instead, Madonna called for a “revolution of love.””Comments like [Madonna’s] are absolutely unacceptable and had they been said about President Obama, the mainstream media would be in an uproar,” the statement continued. “The Trump administration welcomes a robust discussion regarding the critical issues facing America’s women and families.”Hundreds of thousands of women and men poured into the nation’s capital Saturday for a march aimed at showing Donald Trump they won’t be silent over the next four years.The Washington, D.C., event was the largest of more than 600 “sister marches” planned across the country and around the world. Organizers estimated 3 million people would march worldwide, and city centers across the U.S. were flooded with people in rallies that lasted for hours.President Trump responded to the march on Twitter Sunday morning, accusing the marchers of not voting and adding more criticism to the celebrities who attended. ”Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election! Why didn’t these people vote? Celebs hurt cause badly,” Trump wrote.
Fri Jan 27 , 2017