Late-Term Abortion Stance May Be Trump Card in 2020


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Ahead of his second State of the Union address, some on the religious right pushed President Trump to address social issues. More specifically, they wanted him “to speak from the heart” on abortion.

Richard Land, who sits on the evangelical advisory board that regularly counsels the president, wishes he could take credit for the result. “But I think you have to give more credit to Cuomo and Northam,” the president of the Southern Evangelical Seminary told RealClearPolitics — referencing the Democratic governors of New York and Virginia. Continue reading…

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