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Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Donald Trump offers to help Charlie Gard after UK court rules life support machine to be turned off

Donald Trump has offered to help Charlie Gard, a critically ill 10-month-old who is being treated in London.

The news comes after a UK court ruled the infant's life support machine should be turned off.

In an unusual move, the US President tweeted, "If we can help little #CharlieGard, as per our friends in the UK and the Pope, we would be delighted to do so."

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

America first. Who gonna pay if child comes here?

Anonymous said...

2:24, who cares? I would rather help this child then the millions of low lifes that are living for free off us. (map)

Anonymous said...

It is sad , but true!

Anonymous said...

Your a liberal troll.

Anonymous said...

4:15 So white sick kid from England ok but brown sick kid from central america or the middle east not so much? Don't forget to bleach your hood.

Anonymous said...

He's coming here with $1.7 million and the money's still rolling in, all of it from private donors and organizations funded by private donors. That's a lot of money to keep an infant alive, even at retail prices. There will probably not be a cure for this kid, but because of him there might be for the next ones with this malady.

Anonymous said...

8:45, did you read something I didn't write? Maybe you should wake up. (map)