I have long wished for a reporter to simply ask Trump what caused him to switch his views from
My question did not even have to be asked though for Trump to be exposed as a pro life fraud. In response to a question from MSNBC's Chris Matthews, Trump on Wednesday said he not only wanted abortion banned (except for rape, incest and life of the mother), he wanted the women who sought illegal abortions to be criminally prosecuted, a position that no pro life organization anywhere takes. Trump had clearly not read the pro life script. Within hours, Trump had flipped releasing a statement saying that he only wanted the abortion providers prosecuted, not the women who chose the illegal abortion.
Well, guess what? Two days later Trump flipped again. In an interview with Face the Nation's John Dickerson, Trump now declares that "the laws [on abortion] are set. And I think we have to leave it that way." Translation...Trump supports Roe v. Wade, i.e. abortion on demand.
So many of my pro life friends fell for Trump's fake conversion on the abortion issue. Now that that conversion has been exposed as a fraud, will they finally get off the Trump train?