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President Donald Trump called himself "powerful Pro-Life" on several tweets late Saturday night while at the same time appearing to challenge the basic provisions of strict abortion laws passed recently in Republican controlled states
As most people know, and for those who want to know, my Pro-Life is strong, with three exceptions – Bullying, Destruction and Protecting Mother's Life – the same position taken by Ronald Reagan, "Trump told Twitter.
Trump's comments came within a few days of Alabama passing a close total abortion ban, putting in the country's most rigorous procedures Unlike other laws restricting abortion, Alabama law does not make any executions for rape or incest opportunities.
Republican governments in Georgia and Missouri signed their own rigorous measures to eliminate abortion in the last week as well.
This is the first time Trump told the public in the recent outline of abortion laws after making the issue of late-term abortions an integral part of his Union State meeting months ago. Durnig's address to the same Chamber of Congress, the president criticized efforts in Virginia and New York to allow women to terminate unemotional pregnancies after 24 weeks.
While not specifically commented on the law of Alabama, Trump appears to emerge from the lack of exceptions that resulted in some conservative, such as television television Pat Robertson, criticizing the measure "very far."
After writing all the judges he had appointed since receiving the call and the benefits of the Pro-Life movement, Trump called the Republics to unite around the issue as Democratic candidates majorly opposed the new law and replaced the rigorous steps to a campaign issue.
"If we're stupid and do not stay at UNITED as one, all our hard fought gains for Life can, and, quickly get lost," Trump told a tweet.
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