Trump Says Overturning Roe v. Wade Was A 'Great Victory'

Donald Trump made a lot of claims during his televised town hall meeting on May 10.

A few of my favorites were when he said that he would have the Ukraine war settled in 24 hours and suggested he would free a few J6 prisoners as long as they weren't among the few that "got out of control."

For Americans who love it when babies aren't murdered, the best thing Trump probably said was when he called the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade "a great victory."

"It was such a great victory, and people are starting to understand it now," Trump said. "You know that they wanted to bring it back to the States, but that was probably the least important part of that victory. Getting rid of Roe v. Wade was an incredible thing for pro-life because it gave pro-life something to negotiate with. Pro-life had absolutely nothing being stuck in Roe v. Wade to negotiate with. And now what’s happening, and I see it all over, deals are being made. Deals are going to be made, and look, everybody that was precedent tried to get rid of–"

"You mean Republicans?" host Kaitlin Collins tried to clarify.

"Republicans, or 50 years this has been going on, actually a couple of Democrats too. But for 50 years, this has been going on. I was able to do it and very honored to do it. But by doing it, things are happening that are very, very positive," Trump concluded. "And now, for the first time, the people that are pro-life have negotiating capability because you didn’t have it before."