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Trump says abortion laws should be decided by US states By Reuters

Apr 08, 2024 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    -68% Very Liberal

  • Reliability

    40% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    -46% Medium Liberal

  • Politician Portrayal

    -26% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

68% : While his statement aimed to carve out a political middle ground, it drew criticism from Democrats on the left who favor abortion rights and from anti-abortion groups on the right who want stricter limits, underscoring the divisions over the issue.
63% : In response, Republicans have enacted restrictive abortion laws in nearly two dozen states.
56% : We have to win," Trump said in the video.
48% : (Reuters) -Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Monday that abortion laws should be determined by U.S. states, stopping short of proposing a national ban that could have imperiled his chances in the November election.
46% : Trump previously signaled support for a ban beyond 15 weeks of pregnancy but said political considerations were paramount in the first presidential election since a Supreme Court ruling in 2022 ending a nearly 50-year federal right to the procedure.
46% : But Trump is aligned with many Republicans in Congress and evangelical Christians urging strict curbs on the procedure.
46% : Marjorie Dannenfelser, head of anti-abortion group Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, said on Monday she was "deeply disappointed" in Trump's position, arguing it would allow Democratic lawmakers to take steps to expand access to the procedure in some states.
44% : Now it's up to the states to do the right thing," Trump said.
42% : "Trump is scrambling.
41% : Alluding to the three conservative justices he appointed to the Supreme Court, Trump took credit for the high court's overturning of the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, which had protected a right to abortion at up to around 24 to 28 weeks.
10% : Trump has criticized a six-week ban pursued by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a former rival for the Republican nomination, as overly restrictive and politically toxic.

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