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USA abortion row: Donald Trump breaks silence, says he's "pro-life"

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Deanna Wagner | 21 May, 2019, 08:14

She posted on Twitter saying "it is an outrage to ban abortion in Alabama period, and all the more heinous that it excludes those have been raped or are experiencing incest non-consensual or not".

US President Donald Trump has outlined his "strongly pro-life" views on abortion amid controversy over strict new laws passed in several states.

Alabama's governor said Monday the new abortion ban she recently signed into law reflects the high value residents place on the "sanctity of life", adding she doesn't expect any fallout from the controversial measure on tourism or business recruitment.

When it comes to the life issue, the Trump administration says nobody has worked harder to fight abortion, appointing conservative judges from the lower courts on the federal level all the way to the US Supreme Court.

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Trump also supports legislation barring abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and has installed two justices to the Supreme Court - Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh - who have cemented a conservative majority on the nation's most powerful court.

Mr Trump noted in the tweets that he holds the same anti-abortion position as Republican President Ronald Reagan, but that stance was not a lifelong one for the current Oval Office occupant.

Supporters hope that legal battles over the laws will reach the Supreme Court, as they pursue the long-sought conservative goal of overturning its landmark 1973 abortion ruling, known as Roe v Wade.

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The Beehive State's Republican-controlled Legislature passed a bill in 2016 that requires doctors to administer anesthesia or painkillers for a fetus before any abortion at 20 weeks gestation or later - the first law of its kind in the country.

In a series of tweets on the deeply polarising issue, Trump said the USA had "come very far in the last two years" on abortion, and praised "two great new Supreme Court Justices".

He continued that the "Radical Left, with late term abortion (and worse), is imploding on this issue".

He also supported Planned Parenthood, a provider of women's health care services, including abortion.

"There was exceptions, that's exactly what Republicans have voted on in this House", said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).

On Sunday, hundreds of marchers took to the streets in Montgomery, Birmingham and Huntsville to protest the abortion ban that Ivey signed into law.

Trump said abortion will be a major issue in his re-election campaign. 314 - one of the most extreme attacks on the right to abortion in recent memory - into law. H.B. There would be no punishment for the woman receiving the abortion. "It underscores the sanctity of life the people of Alabama value so highly".