Trump’s War on Women continues. Donald Trump’s mission to destroy the Republican party for his pal Bill Clinton, who he spoke with just hours before he announced in May 2015 that he’d seek the Republican nomination, so that Hillary Clinton could win in November 2016 is almost complete. Trump has fooled a bunch of racists and celebrity fanatics, just like most reality TV stars, he says whatever he has to say at the moment in order to get attention. Trying to get the attention off his campaign manager, who was arrested on Tuesday, he decided to say something outlandish about abortion, which in the U.S., is a legal medical procedure. The GOP every election cycle trots out anti-abortion rhetoric, and does nothing. George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, all claimed they were against abortion, but the GOP followers are sheep without brains now thanks to Fox Nuts Channel, and seem to forget all of these Republican stalwarts did nothing, nor would Trump, who isn’t even a republican, to stop abortions. However, Trump attempts to get more attention by criminalizing it, something only Congress, not a President can do.His racist and idiotic followers see the Presidency as a dictatorship through his silly outlandish and buffoon language and have no basis in reality.Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said Wednesday there would “have to be some form of punishment” for women who have abortions if the procedure were outlawed in the U.S.
The comment, which is sure to rile abortion-rights supporters, came during a week where Trump is fighting to defend himself on women’s issues on multiple fronts ahead of a key primary in Wisconsin.
At a taping of an MSNBC town hall to be aired later, host Chris Matthews pressed Trump on his anti-abortion position, repeatedly asking him whether abortion should be punished if it is outlawed. “This is not something you can dodge.”
“Look, people in certain parts of the Republican Party, conservative Republicans, would say, ‘Yes, it should,’” Trump answered.
And it gets even sillier. “How about you?” Matthews asked.
“I would say it’s a very serious problem and it’s a problem we have to decide on. Are you going to send them to jail?” Trump said.
“I’m asking you,” Matthews said.
“I am pro-life,” Trump said. Asked how a ban would actually work, Trump said, “Well, you go back to a position like they had where they would perhaps go to illegal places but we have to ban it,” Trump said.
Matthews then pressed Trump on whether he believes there should be punishment for abortion if it were illegal.
“There has to be some form of punishment,” Trump said. “For the woman?” Matthews asked. “Yeah,” Trump said, nodding.
Trump said the punishment would “have to be determined.”
So, when does the president decide punishment? Somehow he’s going to be a President, a Congressman and a judge all rolled up in one, when actually he’ll never be any of the above. Just a lying, racist conman and reality TV star.