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Video: President Biden Takes on Trump for Saying States Should Be Allowed To Punish Women for Seeking Reproductive Healthcare

"There seems to be no limit to how invasive Trump would let the state be."

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From President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign:

President Biden Takes on Trump for Saying States Should Be Allowed To Punish Women for Seeking Reproductive Healthcare

In a new digital video, President Joe Biden blasts Donald Trump for his recent comment that states should be allowed to monitor women’s pregnancies and to punish women who seek abortion care. Trump made the comments in a TIME Magazine interview published on Tuesday. Trump also repeatedly refused to rule out signing a national abortion ban and legislation that could rip away access to IVF, and stood by his allies’ plans to unilaterally ban medication abortion nationwide if Trump is elected.

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President Biden: Folks, did you hear what Donald Trump just said to TIME Magazine?

It’s shocking.

After bragging about overturning Roe and saying women should be punished for accessing reproductive healthcare, he said states should be able to prosecute women, and appears perfectly fine with signing a national ban that would take away IVF access.

There seems to be no limit to how invasive Trump would let the state be.

This should be a decision between a woman and her doctor, and the government should get out of people’s lives.

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