DNC billboards criticize Trump on abortion ahead of Pennsylvania campaign stop * Pennsylvania Capital-Star

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    32% Medium Conservative

  • Reliability

    50% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    80% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    96% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

67% : "Donald Trump is 'proud' of unleashing extreme abortion bans across the country, and if given the chance, he'll force women in Pennsylvania to endure the same cruel bans millions of Americans live under already," DNC spokesperson Addy Toevs said in a statement Saturday.
60% : "On Saturday, Trump will headline a rally at the Schnecksville Fire Hall in North Whitehall Township, and attend a $2,500-per-ticket fundraiser in Bucks County.
46% : "Abortion is legal in Pennsylvania up to 24 weeks, and Gov. Josh Shapiro pledged during his gubernatorial campaign that he would keep abortion legal, safe, and accessible in Pennsylvania.
46% : But on the campaign trail, Trump has said that he would support a 16-week nationwide abortion ban.
36% : The billboards, in English and in Spanish, feature a photo of Trump and the words "Because of Trump, over 20 states have extreme abortion bans.
30% : In the video posted on Monday, Trump said he supported exceptions to abortion bans to allow pregnancy terminations in cases of rape, incest and the life of the pregnant patient and that abortion policy should be left to the states.
27% : How abortion became the central issue in Pennsylvania's Supreme Court raceThe presumptive 2024 GOP nominee for president, Trump has spent the past week seeking to clarify his own position on abortion.
22% : On Wednesday, Trump said he would not sign a national abortion ban.
15% : "Make no mistake, Trump and his MAGA allies are already planning to ban abortion in Pennsylvania and every state across the country, but Pennsylvanians will put a stop to Trump's extreme abortion bans when they reject him at the ballot box once again this November.

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