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Donald Trump Will Appoint Pro-Life Supreme Court Justices

Donald Trump Will Appoint Pro-Life Supreme Court Justices

Donald Trump opened up about abortion laws during his new interview with CBS’s 60 Minutes.

The 70-year-old President-elect reaffirmed his pro-life stance and said that he plans to appoint pro-life Supreme Court justices.

As for Roe v. Wade, Trump said, “If it ever were overturned, it would go back to the states.”

If some states decide to ban abortion, he said, women will “have to go, they’ll have to go to another state.”

You can watch Donald Trump talk about abortion below:

Donald Trump Talks Abortion on 60 Minutes
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  • cutitout

    If ur mad, next time make sure all you like-minded friends vote….. Get ready for dead women and girls in red states and/or a booming backroom abortion industry.

  • namers

    I worked the Election in Los Angeles and my heart has broken.

    I am so glad I do not have children and grandchildren who live in this nightmare.

    Yes, 1 MILLION WOMEN DIED IN THE 20TH CENTURY DUE TO A BOTCH ABORTION.

    I’m PRO LIFE: WOMEN’S LIVES.

  • namers

    I worked the Election in Los Angeles and my heart has broken.

    I am so glad I do not have children and grandchildren who live in this nightmare.

    Yes, 1 MILLION WOMEN DIED IN THE 20TH CENTURY DUE TO A BOTCH ABORTION.

    I’m PRO LIFE: WOMEN’S LIVES.

  • Mona

    He also mentioned in the interview that he wouldn’t be taking a salary as president… but I guess that doesn’t make him look bad, so it’s not worth posting here.

    As a girl, I’m also pro-life (special cases such as rape should be looked at of course)..but nothing wrong here.

  • Mar

    Not your body, not your choice. End of story.

  • FerCat

    And or learn about birth control and not be stupid.

  • FerCat

    Any replacement for Justice Scalia would still be a moderate comparatively.

  • Do Tell

    I would also consider myself pro life, but I never thought much about it when I was younger. I have relatives and friends who had abortions when they were young.

    There must be a way to discourage men & women from having so many unwanted pregnancies. But I still don’t know what that way is.

  • Do Tell

    In the future, I wonder if men are going to be like the group “MGTOW” and get vasectomies.

    It seems to me that for a lot more men these days, marriage and family life is losing its luster.

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  • Erin Skinner

    Well for starters you could keep the the Affordable Care Act in place. It required health insurance companies to cover contraception. Access to effective birth control means fewer unwanted pregnancies and fewer abortions. Funnily enough, it seems as though people who are anti abortion are also against easily accessible birth control for women.

  • Marie Bunny Shepard

    … Honestly, I’m not sure he’ll finish the 4 years. Let’s have a cadillac ride in Dallas, Trump.

  • Lo Mo

    have u heard about 99% safety? no money to buy pills..? and if something goes wrong (condom rips) whos body will have to bear the consequences…?

  • Lo Mo

    have u heard about 99% safety? no money to buy pills..? and if something goes wrong (for example condom rips) whose body will have to bear the consequences…?

  • FerCat

    There’s more than one way to get a guy off.
    The nuclear option shouldn’t be the next best option and laws shouldn’t be drafted on the basis of the rarest of margins. That’s how Marijuana got banned. Using isolated incidents as a platform for legislation.
    Smarten people up first then let’s see what happens.

  • Lo Mo

    I am sorry, it must be my education that is wrong but I was taught that the purpose of sex is to get MY PLEASURE not to get a guy off. I guess I just need to learn my lesson: I just need to get my p..y grabbed by the President of the USA.

  • jane

    or, stop being so easy and get some values

  • Itsnotatumor

    You’re despicable.

  • Itsnotatumor

    You need an education. if Roe v. Wade were overturned, it would go back to the states and each state would decide. Doesn’t mean it’s banned. Did you know the woman who started this is now pro life?

  • Marie Bunny Shepard

    I think I’m darkly hilarious.
    What’s despicable it’s a future president with the same policies as middle-aged countries, where gays, religious minorities and women are targeted and bullied. (aka the lovelies Saudi Arabia, Iran, Russia, China, and so on…) Are you proud ? Or ashamed of him ?

  • Cruizin1960

    Roe v Wade should have been tossed a long time ago – it was based on lies. Additionally, the decision was way too broad.

    “By ruling on two abortion cases, Roe v Wade and Doe v Bolton the US Supreme Court redefined abortion law for every state in the union. Now
    thirty years after the cases were heard, the key plaintiffs, Norma McCorvery, AKA Jane Roe and Sandra Cano, Jane Doe have come forward to admit both cases are built upon false testimony. In the Roe case, McCorvey admits she lied to her attorneys claiming she had
    been raped. Her lawyers told her the case only applied to Texas law. When she discovered her case went to the Supreme Court and legalized abortion nationwide she attempted
    suicide.

    In the case of Jane Doe, Sandra Cano is certain her case was filed under totally false pretense. She was seeking a divorce in Georgia and custody
    of her children. She claims she never filed an affidavit seeking an abortion nor made a request of a panel of nine Georgia doctors. She is certain her attorneys even faked materials in television interviews. She claims to this day she was wholly deceived and
    never wanted an abortion.”

  • Cruizin1960

    Didn’t you hear? Under Obamacare, you don’t have to pay for birth control. The taxpayers foot the bill for you to have protected sex…ain’t that grand?

  • Cruizin1960

    No, they are just for personal responsibility. There are millions and millions of us women who were responsible enough to provide for our own birth control if we chose to have sex. Don’t want to get pregnant? Don’t have sex. Want to have sex…provide for your own birth control. PP has always provided birth control based upon a woman’s economic circumstances. The fact that we taxpayers are now required to foot the bill for women who are more than capable of buying their own is ridiculous.

  • FerCat

    This is what you have now. Either cry about it or work through it. It takes a while for something to work it’s way up the supreme court. Time to plan things out.
    Anti-Trump rallies achieve nothing. And you don’t need a man to get pleasure.

  • millerz

    you’re gross and worse than any view you have on him to wish death on someone

  • alex

    how about the body of a child inside a pregnant woman? what about its choice?

  • Itsnotatumor

    You’re also illinformed.

  • namers

    I bet I’m WAY MORE educated than you. Did you notice how many states would overturn? Go. To. School.

    Women over fetuses.

  • Gina

    The president is pro-life just not pro black lives, Mexican lives, Muslim lives etc etc etc

  • Erin Skinner

    So I guess you don’t believe that health insurance companies should cover vasectomies either? If men want control over their reproduction they should pay out of pocket, regardless of whether they pay for health insurance every month? Is that what you’re suggesting?

    Birth control requires a doctor’s visit and a monthly prescription. For childbearing women who pay monthly premiums for health insurance, shouldn’t they be able to access contraception through their policy? It comes down to whether or not you believe we should ensure women have a right to control their own reproduction. If you believe that every woman has a right to control her own reproduction, then prescription birth control and IUDs should be covered under health insurance. For a woman in her 20s or 30s who is healthy and continues to pay her monthly premiums, why should she have to pay out of pocket for contraception? Do you know how much an IUD costs without health insurance? Between 600-900. Contraception is a part of women’s health care and should be treated as such.

    What amazes me is that for all the people who are so adamantly against a woman’s right to abortion, they’re also adamantly against health insurance covering contraception. If you really wanted fewer abortions you would make sure every women in this country is educated about contraception and has easy affordable access to contraception.

  • Itsnotatumor

    Another idiot presuming to know how it’s talking to on a board. Liberals are really getting histrionic over this election. If this keeps up, they’ll be institutionalized in a couple of weeks. LOL

  • Lo Mo

    Soooo… on the scale there is on one part PRO-Life , and on the other end there’s BEING SINGLE forever..? is that what u are arguing with? am I following you right..?

  • Lo Mo

    I wasn’t talking about me. (Imagine some ppl speak for others. GASP!) I am a taxpayer. Why do you think ppl who fornicate dont pay tax, while taxpayers only pay but don’t have sex..? I am a taxpayer and foot my bill and I gladly foot other bills – rather spend my tax money on pills (go pharmaceutical industry) than on war (boooo for war industry)

  • Lo Mo

    your argument is impeccable

  • Erin Skinner

    Pence will go after women’s reproductive rights with even more fervor than Trump. Even as a public servant, he allows his religious beliefs to influence him on public policy and women’s rights. Having Pence for president would prove to be an enormous set back for the reproductive rights of American women.

  • Erin Skinner

    Pence will go after women’s reproductive rights with even more fervor than Trump. Even as a public servant, he allows his religious beliefs to influence him on public policy and women’s rights. Having Pence for president would prove to be an enormous set back for the reproductive rights of American women.

  • Orcus

    greetings from europe first saud arabia is your mass murderer hillary and rapist billclintons friend and their terrorist too second you are the biggest bullies third even lybia had a better healthcare than the US and they had no ext. debt thats why you hillary and her saudi co. bombed and killed more than 40 000 human beings+migrant crises and you robbed their country that is why you are so “great”

    are you proud?fake american arrogant moron

  • Do Tell

    I agree with you. Contraception SHOULD be covered by insurance. It’s such a HUGE part of life. Bringing unwanted children into this world is a serious matter. It bothers me a lot when people continue to have children they can’t care for. And then these children are abused and messed up in the stupid foster care system. Except under certain circumstances, unwanted pregnancies should not be happening in this country.

    I just don’t know why this is even an issue. Republicans and Democrats and everybody else should agree that contraception should be covered.

    This is just one more thing that made voting difficult for some people. Something so sensible always has to be opposed by somebody. Why can’t these “parties” just decide what is best for society and get to work? They make things so complicated for nothing.

  • namers

    Yo, idiot, feel free to meet me in PERSON and call me names. *crickets* you COWARD.

  • Legendary Trolly

    Shut up idiot, this dude has never been a racist. He’s just honest about his profiling, and I profile people everyday. I want to have advantages on what Im dealing with. But I dont dislike anyone from certain groups.

  • Itsnotatumor

    Assclown. I’m shaking in my boots. Go burn down something, twat.

  • Gina

    LMAO, f*ck outta here with that BS. Watching a racist rationalize being a racist is like watching a damn car accident. Keep trying to convince yourself that your behavior is ok, but you’re not fooling me.

  • Legendary Trolly

    Im not racist myself. And I am black. But I will profile people in order to get an advantage of what Im dealing with. It doesnt mean that I hate them and wish them bad. I just want to be steps ahead in life.

  • Gina

    uh huh…

  • Cruizin1960

    If they had wanted to make birth control a co-pay and handled the way any other prescription is…no problem. (we did not have that benefit as it was not covered in our prescription plans). My problem is providing it for free…for all. I am being forced to pay for all sorts of things that don’t concern me…contraception and maternity. At the same time, there are no such benefits provided for women over a certain age…we are just mixed in with everyone else.

  • Erin Skinner

    Well actually, there are benefits provided under the Affordable Care After to older women. For example, yearly mammograms and pap smears are included under health insurance without a copay. They’ve found that women are less likely to get a yearly check up when there’s an additional out of pocket cost. Having to diagnose and treat late stage cervical cancer or breast cancer is significantly more expensive than a preventative once a year exam. Not only does it save money over the long run but it saves lives. The Affordable Care Act made insurance companies cover a few basic preventative services for children, women, and men.

    In my opinion, part of living in an advanced society, is paying taxes for services that may not directly benefit you all the time. I don’t have children in school but I still pay property taxes that go to support local schools. Just because I’ve never had to call the fire department out to my house doesn’t mean I don’t pay for their services through taxes. Health care is a public utility, at some point every single one of us is going to use it. We don’t know when, or why, or how expensive it would be without coverage but the idea is to spread the cost out so it doesn’t bankrupt any one individual or make health care unattainable. Most women will need contraception at some point over their reproductive lives, unless they plan to be celibate or are happy to have 10 children.

    One way to bring down the cost of private insurance is to put a cap on “administrative costs” so the money people are paying in premiums is actually going to health care and not enriching shareholders or allowing huge bonuses for CEOs. The average salary of health insurance CEOs was reported to be over 10 million last year.

  • Cruizin1960

    With regards to contraception and comparing that giveaway to mammograms and pap smears…apples and oranges. One is generally related to a choice of behavior and the other is prevention for something generally beyond your control…pregnancy is not an illness. And, I don’t see free HRT drugs being provided.

    Your property taxes are a result of your CHOICE to own a home. No ownership…no property taxes. Health care is not a public utility and should not be considered as such.

  • Erin Skinner

    Are you really complaining that HRT isn’t covered? Have you read any of the data on the risks associated with HRT in menopausal women? Approximately 5% of women choose to use HRT after menopause whereas 62% of reproductive aged American women are currently using contraception.

    I did some research and it turns out taxpayers aren’t paying for free contraception. The ACA required insurance companies to cover contraception and certain preventative care at no extra charge. So instead of paying premiums and a high copay. People are paying their premiums without a copay on certain services. The goverment isn’t paying those charges, they’re just requiring insurance companies to use the premiums they’ve collected to cover those services without copays.

    I’d like to follow your logic for just a moment though. You don’t like tax revenue (or as it turns out health care premiums) going to medical care for conditions that are brought on by some kind of choice, is that correct? So no funding for maternity care (because pregnancy is a choice) or for contraception (because having sex is a choice). So I’m guessing you also don’t support health care premiums or any tax revenue going to support type 2 diabetes diagnosis and/or treatment? You think we should cut payment for that, right? After all, the majority of type 2 diabetes is caused by people choosing to eat lots of processed sugars and carbohydrates and making poor lifestyle choices about their diet. Also, why offer free screening for HIV? Is that you’re line of thinking?

    Lastly, I’d like to point out that having a roof over my head isn’t much of a choice, I think most would consider housing a basic need. Nearly everyone in this country pays property taxes, whether by owning their own home or renting a place and thereby paying for property taxes through their monthly rent. The point is… we support a lot of services through our tax revenue that don’t directly benefit us. We do it because it’s part of supporting basic public services and public health goals. Making sure women have easy access to contraception so there’s fewer unwanted pregnancies… I’d say that’s a worthy public health goal for our country. Of course, you may disagree.

  • Cruizin1960

    I do believe I said taxpayers…because like it or not, in one way or another you have to pay for coverage or penalty. I never said tax revenue…although the subsidy IS from tax revenue. You don’t think your premium includes charges for all the freebies? Think again.

    Since pregnancy is not classified as a disease it is not in the same category as Type 2 diabetes. Unlike most people I DO know what is involved with a diet that is considered healthy for Type 2 diabetes and that many people who life what they consider healthy lifestyles are actually at risk. There are more things other than diet/exercise that can lead to diabetes. Pregnancy is an active choice — either choosing to be pregnant or choosing to have sex.

    Yes I AM complaining that there HRT is not free — have you never heard of bio-identical HRT? Far safer.

    HIV is a disease…pregnancy is not.

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