May 12, 2016

Trump comes out against women's choice


Donald Trump attempted to further solidify his standing as a champion of the conservative anti-choice movement (despite extensive evidence to the contrary), telling Bill O’Reilly Tuesday he “will appoint judges that will be pro-life.” Admitting that he previously “was, in a meek fashion, pro-choice,” Trump told O’Reilly he’s “become pro-life,” insisting he will protect the sanctity of life if elected president.

“I will protect it, and the biggest way you can protect it is through the Supreme Court, and putting people on the Court,” Trump said, adding, “actually the biggest way you can protect—I guess—is by electing me president.”

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