Trump Vows He Won’t Sign National Abortion Ban as President

[Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons]

In a recent statement, former President Trump made it clear that he would not support a national abortion ban in the event of his reelection and the subsequent passage of such a bill through Congress.

The Biden campaign swiftly rejected his claims, accusing him of dishonesty and pointing to his track record on the matter.

During a recent press conference in Georgia, reporters questioned President Trump about his stance on a potential national abortion ban.

They inquired whether he would be willing to sign such a ban if it were to cross his desk.

“No,” Trump told them.

During the same interaction with reporters, the Trump made comments about the overturning of Roe v. Wade, referring to it as a incredible achievement and that abortion policy should be determined by the states.

“Now the states have it, and the states are putting out what they want. It’s the will of the people. So Florida’s probably going to change. Arizona is going to definitely change, everybody wants that to happen. And you’re getting the will of the people. It’s been pretty incredible when you think about it.” Trump said.

The Biden campaign and its allies swiftly dismissed Trump’s remarks, citing his history on abortion as evidence that his reelection would jeopardize access to the procedure.

In a recent development, Trump made headlines with a high profile four-minute video statement on the subject.

An Arizona court ruling on Tuesday upheld an 1864 law that criminalizes performing abortions, making the issue a live issue in the all important battleground state ahead of the November election.

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