Donald Trump Speaks Out Against Arizona Supreme Court Abortion Ruling

 April 13, 2024

With all of the targeting of babies that liberals are doing around America, Arizona's Supreme Court recently decided it was time to take drastic action.

That action was upholding an 1864 law banning nearly all abortions in the state.

Donald Trump recently came out and declared that the state "went too far" with the decision.

"Yeah, they did," Trump said when asked if he thought Arizona had crossed a line with the decision. "It’s all about state’s rights. It’ll be straightened out. I’m sure the governor and everybody else are going to bring it back within reason."

During the same public appearance, Trump said something else that pro-life people are not going to like.

He said he had no intentions of ever supporting a national abortion ban.

Reporters then pivoted to Florida, and asked our former president about Florida's Supreme Court allowing a six-week abortion ban to go into effect.

Trump may have surprised more than a few when he asserted that the rule was
probably maybe going to change" and that Arizona was "definitely going to change."

"It’s the will of the people. This is what I’ve been saying. It’s a perfect system," Trump claimed. "So, for 52 years, people have wanted to end Roe v. Wade to get it back to the states. We did that. It was an incredible thing, incredible achievement. We did that. And now the states have it. And the states are putting out what they want."

Despite Donald Trump taking a position unpopular among many Republicans, Joe Biden still wasn't satisfied.

Joe Biden's communications director has already lashed out.

"Donald Trump owns the suffering and chaos happening right now, including in Arizona, because he proudly overturned Roe — something he called ‘an incredible thing’ and ‘pretty amazing’ just today," Michael Tyler said. "Trump lies constantly — about everything — but has one track record: banning abortion every chance he gets. The guy who wants to be a dictator on day one will use every tool at his disposal to ban abortion nationwide, with or without Congress, and running away from reporters to his private jet like a coward doesn’t change that reality."

What do you think about this story?

Should abortion be legal across the country?

Should it be made illegal on a federal level?

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