You’ll Be Shocked To Know Who’s Promising a Nationwide Consensus

Former President Trump has made a bold claim, asserting that under his potential future administration, a deal on abortion would be reached that “the whole country” could agree with. In an interview with Newsmax, Trump addressed the recent pro-life measures proposed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, referring to them as the “six weeks” plan. Trump stated, “Now DeSantis, or Ron DeSanctimonious as I call him, he came out with the six weeks. Other people agree with it.

And a lot of people don’t. We’re in a position now – and I’m going to be leading the charge – we’re in the position now where we can get something that the whole country can agree with, and that’s only because I got us out of the Roe v. Wade where the pro-life people had absolutely nothing to say.”

Trump emphasized his powerful negotiating position following the reversal of Roe v. Wade, attributing it to his efforts. He stated, “But on pro-life, I will tell you what I did on Roe v. Wade, nobody else, for 50 years they’ve been trying to do it. I got it done. And now we’re in a position to make a really great deal, and a deal that people want.”

In response to Trump’s comments, Governor DeSantis defended his pro-life stance during a press conference, highlighting the support for protecting unborn children when a detectable heartbeat is present. DeSantis cited other states like Iowa, under the leadership of Governor Kim Reynolds, that have enacted similar measures.

Trump’s critique of DeSantis’s six-week restriction received attention, with some viewing it as overly harsh. However, Trump clarified his position, stating, “He has to do what he has to do. If you look at what DeSantis did, a lot of people don’t even know if he knew what he was doing. But he signed six weeks, and many people within the pro-life movement feel that that was too harsh.”

The path to a resolution that would garner nationwide agreement remains unclear. Trump expressed openness to exploring all options when asked about supporting restrictions on abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. Meanwhile, Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley expressed skepticism about achieving a federal standard on abortion, noting the significant challenges in Congress.

While Trump’s claim of brokering a deal on abortion has sparked intrigue, it is important to consider the complexities and differing opinions surrounding this sensitive issue. As discussions continue, the pro-life movement seeks to advance its cause, keeping the American people’s interests at heart.

Source Fox News