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 took to Twitter saying that he, the Pope, and friends in the United Kingdom would be delighted to do so.
President Donald Trump and Pope Francis brought worldwide attention to the family's legal battle this week by commenting on a case that pits the rights of parents to decide what's best for their children against the responsibility of authorities to make sure children receive the most appropriate care. The rare genetic condition and brain damage has left Charlie deaf and blind, subject to seizures and unable to move his limbs or breathe on his own.
"He prays for them in the hope that their desire to accompany and care for their child will not be disregarded", the Vatican said in a statement in Italian, using the term "curare", meaning "s Occupy "and" treat ". London's Great Ormond Street Hospital, which earlier turned down the parents' plea to move Charlie to the US, has now refused a Vatican hospital's request to transfer the child to Rome for further treatment. Trump has not spoken directly to the family, Aguirre Ferre said, but administration officials have reached out via the British government.
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"The Foreign Secretary said this was a deeply tragic and complex case for all involved, and said it was right that decisions continued to be led by expert medical opinion, supported by the courts, in line with Charlie's best interests".
They are traditional men who believe in the family. Chris Gard and Connie Yates have been trying to prevent doctors at Great Ormond from removing the child's life support system, hoping to take their child to the United States for highly experimental treatment.
The intervention comes after the Pope tweeted his support for the little boy who said it is a duty of love entrusted by God to all. "President Trump has offered to help the family in this heartbreaking situation", the spokeswoman said.
"They believe in our case and understand why we believe it is right to continue fighting so hard to save Charlie".