Trump Taps Impressive Group of Pro-Life Leaders to Advise Campaign

Donald Trump (photo credit: Gage Skidmore)
Donald Trump (photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Donald Trump is certainly going the full distance in his outreach to pro-life voters.

Earlier this month, Trump announced that he would be relying on Susan B. Anthony List president (and The Pulse 2016 contributor) Marjorie Dannenfelser to head up a newly formed pro-life advisory coalition, bringing serious conservative credibility to his campaign.

Now, CBN’s David Brody has released the full makeup of that coalition, and it includes a number of impressive names:

The Brody File has learned that the Trump Campaign will announce their newly formed pro-life advisory council today.  There will be more than 30 national co-chairs including many current members of Congress and sitting governors.

It’s an all-star list but among the most notable names are Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas, Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma, Sen. David Perdue of Georgia, Sen. Steve Daines of Montana, Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Rep. Kristi Noem of South Dakota and plenty of other pro-life congresswomen.

[…]

All of the names on this list are well respected in the pro-life community so this move today becomes yet another sign that Trump and his campaign are serious about courting pro-life Catholics and evangelicals. Trump has the right people around him to advise him wisely on such an important subject.

You can find the full list on The Brody File website. In addition to those names mentioned above, other notable coalition members include The Pulse 2016 contributors Frank Cannon and Gary Bauer as well as RNC committeewoman and American Principles Project board member Ellen Barrosse, all of whom are prominent pro-life leaders with strong records of defending the unborn.

Overall, the newly announced coalition truly is “an all-star list,” further underscoring Trump’s commitment to substantially advancing the pro-life cause if elected.

Paul Dupont is the managing editor for ThePulse2016.com.