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RNC Chairman ‘personally’ supports, rape, incest exceptions for abortion bans

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Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Ronna McDaniel said on Friday that, while you tent to personally make exceptions for rape and incest, preferred, she was willing to accept Alabama’s controversial abortion ban as a further aspect of the party wide.

“Personally, I would have the exceptions. This is my personal conviction,” McDaniel said before adding that the party does not have a “litmus test” for its members. “If you agree with us 80 percent of the time, I want you to be a Republican,” she said during an appearance on CNN.

Her remarks came amid concern that Alabama was the prohibition too far, the creation of a political liability is also offered, as it is the Supreme court an opportunity to overturn Roe v. Wade.

McDaniel stated they felt that the principle of giving decision, the States is flexible enough to the abortion and that her party would be open to a Republican legislator tailoring their laws for their own people.

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“We are the party of life,” she added, “but we have senators like Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, and the governors on different sides.”

In 2016, the abortion of the RNC platform, not to mention that rape and incest exceptions, are in favour but an amendment to the Constitution guarantees the protection for the unborn by amending the 14th.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, D-Calif., said on Thursday that Alabama went to the law to far for him. “I defend my pro-life position for the whole of my political career,” he allegedly said during a press conference.

“But throughout my political career, I also believed in the case of rape, incest or the life of the mother. There have been exceptions.”

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Meanwhile, pro-life activists like Live Action founder Lila Rose, defended the law.

McDaniel, during your CNN interview, prior also focused on the democratic abortion attitudes, they suggested, were extremely. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, she noted, passed a law that would allow abortions up to the time of birth.

Cuomo pushed specifically to codify the law as a way of Roe v. Wade-something, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, said she would do at the Federal level, if you won the 2020 presidential election.

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For years, the two sides of the abortion debate duking it was about state-level initiatives to regulate abortion in a variety of ways. With an apparent conservative majority on the Supreme Court, which could act legislation, as test cases for overturning precedent, such as ROE or planned Parenthood v. Casey.

While it is unclear whether the White house the support of the Alabama law, it is hard, anti-came in addition to managing Pro-abortion agenda, the praise from pro-life advocates and fierce criticism from groups such as planned Parenthood.

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