Alyssa Milano struck President Trump response to a report that the AMERICAN officials were against a pro-breastfeeding measure at the U. N.-bond, the World Health Assembly.
Alyssa Milano blasted President Trump on Twitter Wednesday following a report that the united states government against a resolution that encouraged breastfeeding at the U. N.-bond, the World Health Assembly.
Milano, 45, tweeted: “There is nothing, this man is not trying to f— up. Let my breasts only @realDonaldTrump.” She also shared a photo of a fragment of the report and a photo of her breastfeeding.
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The New York Times reported on Sunday that the officials of the V. S. asked to remove the language that urged the government to protect, promote and support breastfeeding, along with language calling on lawmakers to restrict the promotion of food products such as infant formula, which can be harmful for young children. The U.S. reportedly threatened to cut trade and military support from Ecuador, which is the resolution in May.
On Monday, Trump denied the report, criticizing the “failure” of the New York Times.
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“The failing NY Times fake news story today about the breastfeeding needs to be invoked. The U.S. is a strong supporter of breastfeeding, but we do not believe that women should be denied access to the formula. Many women have this option, because of malnutrition and poverty,” Trump tweeted.
The failing NY Times Fake News story today about the breastfeeding needs to be invoked. The U.S. is a strong supporter of breastfeeding, but we do not believe that women should be denied access to the formula. Many women have this option, because of malnutrition and poverty.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 9, 2018
Milano is outspoken on Twitter and has pushed for the protests against the NRA following shootings in Las Vegas that left 59 dead and the Park shooting at a school.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman and the Associated Press contributed to this report.
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