Trump joins anti-abortion protesters at March for Life rally in D.C.

Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to address Washington, D.C.'s March for Life anti-abortion rally in person Friday, illustrating how important evangelical voters are to his re-election changes. Against the backdrop of Capitol Hill, where the Senate impeachment trial against the president was in its third day, Trump turned the march into one of his trademark "Make America Great Again" rallies, telling the crowd the Democrats were coming after him because they oppose socially conservative values. Campaign Life Coalition national president Jeff Gunnarson led a contingent of Canadian activists from Toronto to attend the rally.