Is Donald Trump Sincerely Pro-Life?

May 12, 2016

Protecting the lives of unborn children has always been of vital importance to me, and I know that other pro-life conservatives are wrestling with backing Donald Trump because of his previous pro-choice statements. But he made some interesting comments about that to Bill O’Reilly. Trump said he has become pro-life due to a number of situations, one specifically. He declined to name it, but I wonder if having eight grandchildren might have made him rethink what abortion really means. It’s not uncommon for people to experience a sincere change of heart on this issue. But can Trump convince pro-life voters that he is sincere about it?

Whatever his personal reasons, Trump said he will appoint only pro-life judges to the Supreme Court. I hope pro-life voters will take a leap of faith and support Trump and that he will keep his promise to us. There is only one other alternative. And if Hillary Clinton is allowed to become President and appoint Supreme Court Justices, then it's a certainty that the lives of the unborn will have even less protection than the rights and freedoms of those who are already born.

Watch the video of Trump on O’Reilly, then share your opinion below.

For more about Trump's Pro-Life history read this Western Journalism story here.

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Comments 1-5 of 8

  • Ellen Gross

    05/16/2016 12:20 AM

    I believe Mr. Trump is sincerely pro-life. I think he hesitated when O'Reilly tried to put words in his mouth and say that Roe v. Wade would be overturned, only because the only thing under his control would be the appointment of pro-life judges, and he was very clear on that. But he can't say for sure what the judges will do because he wouldn't be able to control their decisions.

  • Cynthia Gould

    05/15/2016 11:15 AM

    We all evolve as we age. I believe that Mr.Trump is pro life. I'm praying that we come together as a nation and support him. Hopefully he will make decisions that truly reflects the will of the people. My God bless you for your faith and love of country.

  • Lorna Couillard

    05/15/2016 04:33 AM

    I wasn't going to comment on this, but have decided to do so. I commend Mr. Trump for this change of heart, and the changes he intends to make, but what actually takes place in the future, we will have to wait and see. In regards to his statements concerning Senator Warren, her strategy and attacks were wrong, but two wrongs do not make a right. Mr. Trump has his share of enemies, and has had his share of wrong decisions and mistakes, and it will continue to be the case. I've heard him make some very vicious attacks against those who oppose him, and say some very unnecessary degrading things in order to demean his opponents. As to respect; I never listen much to peoples opinions about respect, because it always depends on whom you talk to, as to what kind of answer you get. I'm at a point where I'm very tired of the mud slinging, and cutting people to pieces in order to "win". I respect someone who can disagree, and make a convincing argument, without destroying someone to do so.

  • Jackie Britton

    05/14/2016 09:49 PM

    I totally agree with everything Debbie Robbins said. I have been studying Trump since you dropped out and I respect his benevolent spirit. I really believe he is on a mission to save our country, and I pray he will find the perfect place for you in his administration.

  • Elizabeth Vosch

    05/14/2016 06:06 PM

    I believe Trump is pro-life. That said, I look at many factors in deciding who to vote for and abortion is just on the list. Someone could be pro-life and yet, everything else on 'my list' -they lose my vote. It takes more than being pro-life to be a good president--as I know-that you know this. Anyway-I've been a Woman 4 Trump since about 6 wks after he announced.

Is Donald Trump Sincerely Pro-Life?

May 12, 2016

Protecting the lives of unborn children has always been of vital importance to me, and I know that other pro-life conservatives are wrestling with backing Donald Trump because of his previous pro-choice statements. But he made some interesting comments about that to Bill O’Reilly. Trump said he has become pro-life due to a number of situations, one specifically. He declined to name it, but I wonder if having eight grandchildren might have made him rethink what abortion really means. It’s not uncommon for people to experience a sincere change of heart on this issue. But can Trump convince pro-life voters that he is sincere about it?

Whatever his personal reasons, Trump said he will appoint only pro-life judges to the Supreme Court. I hope pro-life voters will take a leap of faith and support Trump and that he will keep his promise to us. There is only one other alternative. And if Hillary Clinton is allowed to become President and appoint Supreme Court Justices, then it's a certainty that the lives of the unborn will have even less protection than the rights and freedoms of those who are already born.

Watch the video of Trump on O’Reilly, then share your opinion below.

For more about Trump's Pro-Life history read this Western Journalism story here.

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Comments 1-5 of 8

  • Ellen Gross

    05/16/2016 12:20 AM

    I believe Mr. Trump is sincerely pro-life. I think he hesitated when O'Reilly tried to put words in his mouth and say that Roe v. Wade would be overturned, only because the only thing under his control would be the appointment of pro-life judges, and he was very clear on that. But he can't say for sure what the judges will do because he wouldn't be able to control their decisions.

  • Cynthia Gould

    05/15/2016 11:15 AM

    We all evolve as we age. I believe that Mr.Trump is pro life. I'm praying that we come together as a nation and support him. Hopefully he will make decisions that truly reflects the will of the people. My God bless you for your faith and love of country.

  • Lorna Couillard

    05/15/2016 04:33 AM

    I wasn't going to comment on this, but have decided to do so. I commend Mr. Trump for this change of heart, and the changes he intends to make, but what actually takes place in the future, we will have to wait and see. In regards to his statements concerning Senator Warren, her strategy and attacks were wrong, but two wrongs do not make a right. Mr. Trump has his share of enemies, and has had his share of wrong decisions and mistakes, and it will continue to be the case. I've heard him make some very vicious attacks against those who oppose him, and say some very unnecessary degrading things in order to demean his opponents. As to respect; I never listen much to peoples opinions about respect, because it always depends on whom you talk to, as to what kind of answer you get. I'm at a point where I'm very tired of the mud slinging, and cutting people to pieces in order to "win". I respect someone who can disagree, and make a convincing argument, without destroying someone to do so.

  • Jackie Britton

    05/14/2016 09:49 PM

    I totally agree with everything Debbie Robbins said. I have been studying Trump since you dropped out and I respect his benevolent spirit. I really believe he is on a mission to save our country, and I pray he will find the perfect place for you in his administration.

  • Elizabeth Vosch

    05/14/2016 06:06 PM

    I believe Trump is pro-life. That said, I look at many factors in deciding who to vote for and abortion is just on the list. Someone could be pro-life and yet, everything else on 'my list' -they lose my vote. It takes more than being pro-life to be a good president--as I know-that you know this. Anyway-I've been a Woman 4 Trump since about 6 wks after he announced.