Trump offers help to a terminally ill British baby

Trump offers help to a terminally ill British baby

Trump offers help to a terminally ill British baby

President Trump also weighed in on Twitter, telling Charlie's parents that the U.S.is ready to help any way we can.

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) authorized on 27 June the end of the baby's survival, following the British court which had previously allowed the end of the artificial ventilation of the child.

Pope Francis has said Charlie's parents should be allowed to "accompany and treat their child until the end", while the Vatican's children's hospital has offered to care for their son. She says the type of government overreach in Baby Charlie Gard's case can happen in America.

Charlie suffers from a rare genetic condition which causes brain damage and muscle depletion and no one can be certain whether or not he feels pain, GOSH has said. The parents of the toddler, who is now on life support in a London hospital, are fighting to take their son to the USA for an experimental treatment amid a court order rejecting their request.

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His story has gone global after his parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard, from west London, were blocked from taking him to the U.S. for experimental treatment to improve brain function. "President Trump has offered to help the family in this heartbreaking situation", the spokeswoman said.

Johnson expressed gratitude for the Italian offer but "explained that legal reasons prevented Britain from accepting it", the Italian Foreign Ministry said.

That was because Charlie was being treated "at a hospital which has huge expertise in mitochondrial disease and is being offered a break in a hospital that has never published anything on this disease, as far as I'm aware".

Trump tweeted his support, writing: 'If we can help little #CharlieGard, as per our friends in the United Kingdom and the Pope, we would be delighted to do so'.

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After a confusing message from the Vatican's Pontifical Academy for Life, in which they seemed to side with the British hospital's life ending decision, Pope Francis was compelled to put out his own statement about Baby Charlie, reiterating the need to protect life at all costs.

Charlie's mother has since told the Daily Mail that the support "has given us hope".

But the hospital said it had agreed to new plans with Gard and Yates "for his care, and to give them more time together as a family".

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