Trump Rejects National Abortion Ban, Upholds State Rights

After President Trump released his position on abortion, he stated that each state should have the freedom to decide for themselves. When asked what he would do if a national ban on abortion passed Congress and landed on his desk for signature, he said he would not sign it. Trump emphasized that the states are taking charge of the issue and making decisions based on the will of their people.

The Biden campaign has disputed Trump’s statement, calling him a liar and pointing out that he previously endorsed a national abortion ban during his presidency in 2018. In response, Trump defended his stance, expressing pride in the overturning of Roe v. Wade and highlighting that the issue is now where it was legally desired.

Trump emphasized that different states will have varying regulations on abortion, with some being more conservative than others. He stressed the importance of following the will of the people, as well as personal beliefs, when it comes to making decisions about abortion. Additionally, Trump expressed support for exceptions in cases of rape, incest, and the life of the mother.

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