Trump And Pence Speak At D.C. March For Life Rally

Trump And Pence Speak At D.C. March For Life Rally
The anti-abortion march, which began in 1974, moves throughout Washington, D.C. and ends at the Supreme Court.

Anti-abortion activists marched through Washington D.C. to the Supreme Court on Friday, as part of the 'March For Life' rally. The annual rally started back in 1974 following the decision of Roe vs. Wade, that legalized abortion in the U.S.

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife attended the event, which Pence headlined back in 2017. The protesters also received a video message from President Donald Trump. 

President Trump's message to the crowd cited a list of anti-abortion efforts his administration had moved forward with, as well as proclaiming that the President would veto any pro-abortion legislation that was put forth in Congress. 

During the event, Pence addressed the crowd, declaring President Trump the most "pro-life president in American history."

Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.