The control that Donald Trump exerts over the 2016 presidential election is so complete that one of his remarks has touched off a heated war of words among the Democratic presidential hopefuls. For two days, Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders have bickered over which candidate supports abortion-on-demand more fervently.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow asked Senator Sanders about Mr. Trump’s comments suggesting women should face “some form of punishment” if abortion is banned.
Sanders said that Trump’s remarks “were a distraction” from the serious issues. Clinton responded during a campaign speech at the State University of New York (SUNY) at purchase, implying that Sanders was not “passionate” enough about the issue.
Here are some of her remarks reported by LifeSiteNews:
“To me, this is a serious issue and it is a very serious discussion. I know Senator Sanders supports a woman’s right to choose, and I also know that Planned Parenthood Action Fund and NARAL endorsed me because I led on this issue.
“We need a president who is passionate about this, seeing it as a top priority, because women’s health is under assault.”
There Hillary goes again, showing her true radical leftist colors when it comes to abortion.
While Donald Trump may not be the ideal conservative as the Republican nominee for president, we believe that most conservatives don’t want Hillary Clinton in the White House for the next four or eight years. Especially with her views on abortion and pretty much every other issue that’s important to conservatives.
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