Trump Meets with Pro-Life Groups After Criticism

Former President Donald Trump met with a prominent anti-abortion organization after it chastised his recent comments on abortion restrictions.

Trump met with the prominent organization, Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America.

“During the meeting, President Trump reiterated his opposition to the extreme Democratic position of abortion on demand, up until the moment of birth, paid for by taxpayers — and even in some cases after the child is born,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, the president of Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America.

“President Trump believes such a position is unworthy of a great nation and believes the American people will rebel against such a radical position that aligns us with China and North Korea.”

Dannenfelser said the meeting also included South Carolina Senator Lindsay Graham and evangelical leader Tony Perkins.

“President Trump knows the vast majority of Americans oppose brutal late-term abortions when the child can feel pain and suck their thumbs,” she went on.

“President Trump reiterated that any federal legislation protecting these children would need to include the exceptions for life of the mother and in cases of rape and incest.”

It does not appear that Trump made any pledges toward specific federal action on abortion and seemed to focus his comments during the meeting on late term abortions.

Previous Comments Met With Backlash

SBAPLA issued a statement calling Trump’s position on abortion “unacceptable” after he said the issue should be resolved at a state leve.

“President Trump’s assertion that the Supreme Court returned the issue of abortion solely to the states is a completely inaccurate reading of the Dobbs decision and is a morally indefensible position for a self-proclaimed pro-life presidential candidate to hold,” Dannenfelser said at the time.

The group has made clear it will only endorse candidates who support a federal 15-week abortion ban at the latest.

Former Vice President Mike Pence stated his support for a federal 15-week ban last month, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed a 6-week ban into law.


  1. It’s my understanding having done due diligence in the matter that Trump stance is constitutionally correct. It is a States right issue.
    The unconstitutional Supreme Court never should have heard this case but under the unconstitutional devise called precedent they did it anyway.
    His stance is basicly no abortion in general so this anti abortion group is legally wrong, not that they care but the should.

  2. Senator Graham and the SBAPLA have a twisted, unconstitutional view of the Roe v Wade-Dobbs decision. The Supreme Court ruled that there is no “national women’s right to abortion” in the US Constitution. Since a “national women’s right to abortion” is not one of the delegated powers listed in the Constitution for the US Congress to act on, the power to regulate abortion is reserved to the states respectively. US presidents and US Congress-members (including Senator Graham) take sworn oaths to “support and defend” the US Constitution’s 10th Amendment. What part or parts of the 10th Amendment does Senator Graham and the SBAPLA not understand? Why would Senator Graham want to mess with part of the people’s Bill of Rights?
    In the closing of the Dobbs decision it states: “The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey arrogated (claimed or seized without right) that authority. We now overrule those decisions and return that authority to the people and their elected representatives.” The Supreme Court ruled that the power to regulate abortion is “RETURNED” to the states as it was for over 180 years before Roe v Wade. Why is Senator Graham and the SBAPLA ignoring over 180 years of past history precedence that proved the regulation of abortion was left up to the states? What part of the word “RETURNED” does the SBAPLA and Senator Graham fail to comprehend? In order for the power to regulate abortion to be “RETURNED” to the states it has to be “REMOVED” from the US Congress that “PREVIOUSLY” claimed that power due to Supreme Court activism. What part of returned (giving back) do Senator Graham and the SBAPLA not understand?
    The US Congress can take action on regulating abortion ONLY under limited circumstances. The simplest action would be to pass a law using Section 5 of the 14th Amendment to define a “person” to be a person at the point of conception. Why is Senator Graham and the SBAPLA not advocating for this action that the US Congress actually has the power to act on? The US Congress can attempt to repeal the 10th Amendment. The US Congress can try to amend the Constitution by adding an amendment to create a “right to abortion” so the federal government has power to regulate it. A simple law, like the one proposed by Senator Graham, to regulate a “national women’s right to abortion” is unconstitutional. This simple law would violate the 10th Amendment and the “check and balance” system that blatantly defies the Roe v Wade and Dobbs Supreme Court ruling. Senator Graham has an obligation to heed and follow Supreme Court rulings. If an amendment to the Constitution was necessary to give women the “national right to vote”, it is also necessary to have an amendment giving them the “national right to an abortion”.

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