JENNINGS: Trump wanted his shock abortion announcement to be ECLIPSED

Apr 08, 2024 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

60% : The video closes with the line: 'Trump did this.'
59% : On Monday, as millions of Americans watched wall-to-wall media coverage of the most spectacular solar event in years, Trump released a two-minute video outlining how he, as president, would deal with the abortion question.
51% : 'The states will determine [abortion laws] by vote or legislation... and whatever they decide must be the law of the land,' he said in his message released on Truth Social.To be clear, that is just a reiteration of the status quo.
36% : What about the undecided women, moderates and independents, who Trump sorely needs to win in November?
33% : It's no wonder Donald Trump picked April 8, 2024, to announce his clearest position yet on the thorniest issue dogging Republicans.
33% : It's no wonder Donald Trump picked April 8, 2024, to announce his clearest position yet on the thorniest issue dogging Republicans.
33% : Its effectiveness is undeniable - even while its claims about Trump are debatable.
33% : So, did Trump do the 'right' thing politically?Only time will tell.
30% : The abortion issue is the only one on which Americans trust Biden more than Trump.
27% : Trump had previously flirted with endorsing a 16-week national limit that included exceptions for rape, incest and risks to the life of the mother, so the pro-life movement had reason to hold out hope.
23% : Pro-lifers, who, unlike Trump, have deeply held moral views on this matter, are angry that he did not explicitly declare his support for a national abortion ban.
20% : But it's what Trump didn't say that has some conservatives upset.
20% : But at the end of the day, Trump knows that pro-life voters, however unhappy they may be over Monday's announcement, would still rather see hell freeze over than vote for Biden.
10% : If Donald Trump is elected and the MAGA Republicans in Congress put a national abortion ban on the Resolute Desk, Trump will sign it into law,' the statement read.
3% : Ultimately, though, Trump dodged the issue entirely earning him a rare rebuke from Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who posted: 'I respectfully disagree with President Trump's statement that abortion is a states' rights issue.'Sorry, Lindsey, Trump is effectively right.

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