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Trump offers U.S. help to U.K. baby on life support :  President Trump weighed in Monday on an emotional “right-to-life” case that has pit European courts against the pope, offering via Twitter to help a dying baby who is being denied further treatment at a London hospital.

Ten-month-old Charlie Gard suffers from a rare genetic condition called mitochondrial depletion syndrome, which causes progressive muscle weakness and brain damage, and he is unable to breathe without assistance. His parents last week lost an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights, their last chance for legal remedy, to bring him to the United States for trial therapy.

Following a similar ruling by the U.K.’s supreme court, the ruling means Great Ormond Street Hospital could withdraw the child’s life support, according to The Guardiannewspaper.

Trump offered U.S. assistance, but it’s unclear what that would mean.

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Trump offers U.S. help to U.K. baby on life support :  President Trump weighed in Monday on an emotional “right-to-life” case that has pit European courts against the pope, offering via Twitter to help a dying baby who is being denied further treatment at a London hospital.Ten-month-old Charlie Gard suffers from a rare genetic condition called mitochondrial depletion syndrome, which causes progressive muscle weakness and brain damage, and he is unable to breathe without assistance. His parents last week lost an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights, their last chance for legal remedy, to bring him to the United States for trial therapy.Following a similar ruling by the U.K.’s supreme court, the ruling means Great Ormond Street Hospital could withdraw the child’s life support, according to The Guardiannewspaper.Trump offered U.S. assistance, but it’s unclear what that would mean.Trump offers U.S. help to U.K. baby on life support: President Trump weighed in Monday on an emotional “right-to-life” case that has pit European courts against the pope, offering via Twitter to help a dying baby who is being denied further treatment at a London hospital.Ten-month-