Trump Wants ‘Immediate Solution’

Donald Trump

(Patriot.Buzz) – Signaling his firm stance on a highly politicized issue following an overwhelming judicial decision, former President Donald Trump expressed his support for in vitro fertilization (IVF) after Alabama’s highest court ordered hospitals to stop offering the treatment.

On Truth Social, Trump spoke up and urged Alabama’s legislators to ensure IVF remains accessible. His appeal came shortly after the Alabama Supreme Court determined that frozen embryos could legally be recognized as children within the state.

“Like the OVERWHELMING MAJORITY of Americans, including the VAST MAJORITY of Republicans, Conservatives, Christians, and Pro-Life Americans, I strongly support the availability of IVF for couples who are trying to have a precious baby,” Trump emphasized.

He further stated, “Today, I am calling on the Alabama Legislature to act quickly to find an immediate solution to preserve the availability of IVF in Alabama.”

After he managed to shift the U.S. Supreme Court to the right, which prompted the overturn of Roe v. Wade, Trump has been vocal about his role in reshaping federal abortion rights debates that inspired various state-level restrictions on women’s access to abortion.

However, Trump has also shared his criticism regarding overly strict anti-abortion measures in certain states.

The all-Republican Alabama Supreme Court interpreted an 1872 law—originally meant to allow parents to seek justice for the death of a minor child—as applying “to all unborn children, regardless of their location.”

This interpretation has drawn sharp criticism for its potential to affect fertility treatments and the legal status of frozen embryos, which courts had previously classified as property.

Following the court’s decision, two IVF providers in Alabama announced a suspension of certain services.

Alabama Fertility Services revealed that it was compelled to temporarily halt new IVF treatments to protect its clinic and staff from potential repercussions due to legal uncertainties.

Similarly the University of Alabama at Birmingham health system announced a pause in its IVF services to assess the legal risks that patients and medical professionals might face, which include the possibility of criminal charges or lawsuits.