Trump issues warning about political fallout while celebrating end of Roe v. Wade

September 10, 2023

Former President Donald Trump recently appeared at an event in South Dakota on Friday, where he celebrated the end of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision but also warned supporters that there will be political fallout from the Supreme Court decision responsible for that result for years to come.

Trump stated, "Last year, those justices bravely and incredibly ruled on something that everybody has wanted for decades, for 51 years. They ruled to end Roe v. Wade. That was a big thing. And it’s probably cost us, politically, because the other side got energized. You know, they’re the radicals, not the pro-lifers. But now pro-lifers have a tremendous power to negotiate."

In South Dakota, the state constitution bans abortion in all cases except in cases of life endangerment.

Other states have vastly different regulations, and there is an ongoing battle around the nation about what restrictions, if any, should be in place.

Despite all this, Trump is sticking to his guns saying, "But like Ronald Reagan before me, I support the three exceptions — for rape, incest, and life of the mother. Not everybody does. I think a large portion do. I think you should, but again, that’s your own, that’s your own feeling."

Regardless, Trump's warning is fortuitous as Democrats have been successful in motivating voters to get active and defend barbaric procedures. Republicans cannot afford to underestimate the impact that the end of Roe v. Wade has had on America's political landscape.

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