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Donald Trump – opens up to monitor pregnant women

Donald Trump – opens up to monitor pregnant women

NEW YORK (Dagbladet): For the past two weeks, Trump has been on trial in a bribery case in New York, accused of forging documents to cover up a sexual relationship with a porn actor. He is also accused in three other criminal cases.

At the same time, he is well placed in the polls to become president of the United States again after the election in November. Now he has given another extensive interview Time magazine.

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Here he makes statements in a wide range of areas. It talks, among other things, about abortion, which became one of the main issues of the election campaign in the United States after the US Supreme Court abolished the right to self-abortion by overturning the Roe v. Wade decision two years ago.

In the new interview, Trump says, among other things, that it is up to the individual state whether it wants to prosecute women who have abortions, and whether it wants to monitor pregnant women.

Today, Thursday, the United States Supreme Court begins considering the issue of whether former President Donald Trump enjoys immunity from criminal prosecution because of his influence on the elections.
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– States' rights

The highly controversial decision from the Supreme Court came after Trump was allowed to appoint three conservative justices to the Supreme Court during his presidency. Thus the majority shifted in the conservative direction.

Since then, the issue of abortion has characterized large parts of political debate in the United States.

Trump now believes it is up to the states to decide what type of abortion law they will implement. This means, for example, that Arizona recently saw its abortion ban go into effect as of 1864. In Florida, a law prohibiting abortion after the sixth week of pregnancy recently went into effect.

-You don't need a federal ban. Roe v. Wade was not so much about abortion as it was about bringing it back to the United States. So countries negotiate agreements. Florida will be different than Georgia. Georgia will be different from other places, Trump says in an interview with Time magazine.

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When asked if he would sign a federal abortion ban, Trump responded:

– It's about states' rights.

-Comfortable or uncomfortable

The former president also claims that such a ban would be irrelevant because Republicans would not have more than the 60 seats they need in the Senate to pass such a law.

When also asked whether states should monitor pregnant women, so authorities can know if they have had an abortion, Trump responded that it is up to the states. He also believes it is up to the states whether they want to punish women who have abortions.

– States must make this decision. “The states should be comfortable or uncomfortable with this, not me,” Trump says.

However, in 2016, Trump said during a televised rally: “There has to be some form of punishment” for women who have abortions. These comments and others, in which Trump takes credit for the Supreme Court's decision, are now being used by Democrats For all it's worth in the election campaign.

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Recently, Trump also appears to be trying to tone down his statements a bit because the abortion issue has proven to mobilize a large number of Democratic voters in elections and referendums in the past two years.

The national anti-abortion organization SBA Pro-Life America said in a statement that it was “disappointed by President Trump's position of delegating a human right to the states,” she wrote. AP.

They claim it is the Democrats who want unlimited abortion across the country. At the same time, they support a federal ban on abortion after week 15, but also support stricter abortion laws in some states.

President Joe Biden is also trying to make abortion a major issue in his campaign.

miscarriage: In a speech on Friday evening, US President Joe Biden criticized the Supreme Court's decision to strike down the federal right to abortion. In his speech, he refers to one incident in particular that shook him. Video: Ivan Larsson / Dagbladet TV
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– A little doubt

– Donald Trump's recent statements leave no doubt: If elected, he will sign a national abortion ban, allow the prosecution of women who have abortions, allow the government to invade women's privacy and monitor pregnancies, and endanger artificial insemination and ultrasounds, says Biden's campaign manager. Julie Chavez Rodriguez told the Associated Press about Trump's comments to Time magazine.

Minnie Timaraju, president of Reproductive Freedom for All, also strongly questions Trump's strategy of leaving the issue to the states.

“I have no doubt that Trump will co-opt anti-abortion extremists and their horrific agenda over American families every chance he gets,” she tells the AP.

She receives support from the non-profit Planned Parenthood.

In Trump's America, people will be punished for having abortions, the government will monitor women's pregnancies, and he will weaponize and abuse 19th-century laws to criminalize doctors and ban abortion at the national level, predicts the organization's executive director, Jenny Lawson. a permit.

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