Whether the issue is abortion, race relations, or educational opportunities for women and minorities, the niece of the late Martin Luther King Jr. said she's been "delighted" with President Trump's first 100 days.

"We're very delighted. He has been very faithful" keeping his promises, Dr. Alveda King, a former member of the 28th District in the George House of Representatives, told Fox News.

Wearing a large cross, King called Trump's first 100 days the most "pro-life" she's ever seen.

Trump also scored points with conservatives with the appointment of pro-life federal judge Neil Gorsuch as U.S. Supreme Court justice. The president also kept his promise to allow states to decide whether to defund abortion providers like Planned Parenthood.

In 2011, there were more than 1 million abortions performed in the United States, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a primary source for research and policy analysis on abortion in the U.S.

Whites accounted for 39 percent of abortions in 2014, blacks with 28 percent, Hispanics with 25 percent, and other races 9 percent. Nearly three-quarters of abortions were performed on low-income women.

King applauded Trump's policy that restricts the flow of U.S. dollars to Mexico for abortions, saying he has been "very faithful with that" promise.

Race relations also have shown improvement under the Trump administration. For that King gave the president an "A from me."

King said she was also pleased that Trump is focused on STEM education for women that will teach about abortion's social impacts.

"I am very pleased with that, I certainly am," King said.

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Source: Truthfeed

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