A Terrible Mistake’: Trump Criticizes DeSantis on Abortion Ban

A Terrible Mistake': Trump Criticizes DeSantis on Abortion Ban

During an interview with Kristen Welker, the new anchor of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” which aired on Sunday morning, Mr. Trump launched his attack. When asked if the six-week abortion ban by DeSantis was too extreme, Trump responded, “I think what he did is a terrible thing and a terrible mistake.”

A Terrible Mistake’: Trump Criticizes DeSantis on Abortion Ban

Former President¬†Donald Trump,¬†whose Supreme Court appointments resulted in the overturning of Roe v. Wade, strongly criticized Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for enacting a six-week abortion ban, calling it a “terrible thing.”

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For rape, incest, medical emergencies, and “fatal fetal abnormalities,” Ron’s six-week prohibition has exceptions.

The host of Meet the Press,” Kristen Welker, asked Donald if he would sign federal legislation banning abortion at 15 weeks. Trump replied that he would not. He continued by saying that he would discuss the matter with Democrats. When asked what time frame he believed was suitable for a ban on abortions, Donald merely responded that he would “sit down with both sides, and I’d negotiate something, and we’ll end up with peace on that issue for the first time in 52 years.”

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He claimed, “Both sides are going to like me. I’m going to come together with all groups, and we’re going to have something that’s acceptable.”

Mr. Trump, who had previously declared his support for abortion rights before changing his mind in 2011 as he mulled running for president that year, appointed three conservative justices to the Supreme Court, giving the court the necessary majority to overturn the Roe ruling. Regarding the 2024 general election, Democrats have clarified that if Mr. Trump is the nominee, they want to make his part in Roe’s end a key focus.

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The well-liked Republican governor of Iowa, Kim Reynolds, also approved a bill similar to the one Mr. DeSantis signed.

According to Steve Deace, a conservative talk show host in Iowa who has endorsed Mr. DeSantis, “this further confirms to Iowans this is not the same Trump we once knew. This Trump only attacks Republicans from the left.”

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The aides to Mr. Trump are aware that the issue of abortion cost the Republicans the 2022 midterm election. When a draft of the court decision overturning Roe got to the public, Mr. Trump warned advisers that it would harm his party’s chances of winning elections.

To avoid alienating more supporters as he prepares for the general election, Mr. Trump, the clear front-runner for his party’s nomination in national polls, has tried to avoid adopting a firm stance.

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Andrew Romeo, a spokesman for Mr. DeSantis, responded to Mr. Trump’s attack by denouncing the former leader for suggesting he could negotiate with Democrats on abortion. He also pointed out that the “disastrous results of Donald Trump compromising with Democrats” while he was president included “$7 trillion in new debt” and “an unfinished border wall.”

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