Trump says Arizona near total abortion ban goes too far

Apr 10, 2024 View Original Article
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62% : This is what I've been saying - it's a perfect system.'Trump also touched on the war between Israel and Hamas terrorists in Gaza, saying: 'Any Jewish person that votes for a Democrat or votes for Biden should have their head examined'Pro-abortion activists gather in Tucson, Arizona on Tuesday to protest the state's Supreme Court upholding a law from 1864 that enacts some of the most strict abortion laws in the countryTrump stopped at a Chick-fil-a in Georgia on Wednesday where he ordered 30 milkshakes and paid for everyone's chicken in the restaurant'So for 52 years, people have wanted to end Roe v. Wade to get it back to the states.
56% : But he also said that Florida, where the former president now resides with wife Melania and their son Barron, will have to take another look at their abortion laws.
54% : Trump is in the swing state of Georgia for a fundraiser as he also faces criminal prosecution in the state for a 2020 election subversion case in Fulton County, which encompasses Atlanta'It's a great franchise,' Trump told reporters after ordering a few dozen milkshakes.
52% : Trump, 77, then went to a Chick-fil-a where he spoke with workers and ordered 30 milkshakes and chicken, paying for everyone in the restaurant.
50% : Speaking with young workers behind the counter, Trump said: 'So, can I have 30 milkshakes?
49% : Trump is in Georgia on Wednesday for a fundraiser, but stopped at an Atlanta area Chick-fil-a beforehand.
42% : The ruling reversed a new law putting a 15-week ban on abortion that was enacted after the Dobbs Supreme Court ruling in June 2022 reversed longstanding landmark Roe v. Wade, which put federal protections on abortion.
40% : Com In Washington, DcDonald Trump said Wednesday that the Arizona abortion ban upheld by the state's Supreme Court this week 'goes too far.'He reiterated that his stance on giving states the right to create their own laws surrounding pregnancy termination is the best policy and claimed Arizona will 'straighten out' the law from 1864 that bans all abortions except when the mother's life is at risk.
32% : 'Florida's probably maybe going to change also,' Trump said.
29% : 'Any Jewish person that votes for a Democrat or votes for Biden should have their head examined,' Trump said.
26% : Trump added: 'And I'm sure that the governor and everybody else are going to bring it back into reason and that will be taken care of rather very quickly.'
9% : After deplaning, Trump said that President Joe Biden has 'totally lost control of the Israel situation' and has abandoned the U.S. ally in its conflict with terrorists operating out of Gaza.

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