Abortion rights hot topic in US elections: Donald Trump pleads for “three exemptions”


Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for the US election, said in an interview broadcast that he supports a national ban on abortion beyond a few weeks of pregnancy, except in cases of rape, sexual assault or threats to the mother's life. On Sunday.

In an interview with Fox News this week, the former president spoke about President Joe Biden, who is leaving the Democratic camp at the same time as just days after securing the Republican nomination.

When asked about a February New York Times article in which he discussed with his campaign team a proposal to ban abortion beyond 16 weeks of pregnancy, the former president reaffirmed his satisfaction with those three instances. In June 2022, the Justice Department struck down the federal guarantee of this right.



While Joe Biden has made his defense of abortion rights, threatened during the Republican victory, one of his campaign axes, Donald Trump has recognized the electoral risk of an overly conservative stance on the matter.

“I think we need all three exceptions, if not some places,” he said on Fox News, adding that states now have complete freedom to legislate in this area.

“I tell people, 'First, you have to follow your heart. But beyond that, you have to be selective.' And without those three exceptions, I think it's very difficult to get elected,” he said. He explained by citing the failed Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania (Northeast) in 2022.

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“You have to allow exceptions,” Donald Trump insisted, without specifying how many months later he planned to outlaw abortion.

“I will make a recommendation very soon, which I think will be accepted by the party officials,” he added.

In every local poll that has dealt with the issue of abortion since the Supreme Court decision, conservatives have lost, usually even in states like Ohio or Kansas.





Donald Trump's former vice president, Mike Pence, announced this week that he would not endorse him in the November election, accusing him of straying from the “conservative agenda” and lamenting on Sunday that he had not taken a stronger stand. Abortion during the 2020 campaign.

“I want our candidate to approve the ban from at least 15 weeks,” he said on CBS.






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