Find Consensus, ‘Stop the Judgment’

Former U.N. ambassador and 2024 Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley said national abortion restrictions are highly unlikely and defended building a consensus on the issue at the third Republican debate Wednesday night. .

When asked by an NBC News host about her “future direction” on abortion if elected president, Haley said that Republicans would prefer federal restrictions to be passed and abortion as a “personal issue.” “We need to be honest with the American people,” he said about the possibility of calling the United States. For all women and all men. ”

“When I saw the post,egg, the mistake has been corrected. They took it out of the hands of unelected judges and put it in the hands of the people. And now we’re voting in each state,” Haley said. “And what I want to say to you is, even though I am pro-life, I don’t want anyone to criticize me for being pro-choice, and I don’t want them to criticize me for being pro-life. I don’t want that to happen.”

“So as we look at this, there are some states that are leaning more towards the pro-life side, and I welcome that. There are also some states that are leaning more towards the pro-choice side. Yes, I hope it doesn’t happen, but the people made the decision,” she continued. But be honest when it comes to the federal laws being discussed here. Signing it would require 60 votes in the Senate, a majority of the House of Representatives and approval from the president. In more than 100 years, it hasn’t received less than 60 votes in the Senate. There may be 45 senators who are pro-life. ”

Haley concluded that “just as a Democratic president cannot ban these state laws, a Republican president cannot ban abortion.”

“So let’s find agreement. Let’s agree on how to ban late-term abortions. Let’s encourage adoption and quality adoption. Let’s make sure that contraceptive methods are available,” she said. Ta. “Let’s not let any of these state laws put women in prison or give them the death penalty for abortion. Let’s focus on how to save as many babies as possible and support as many mothers as possible. .”

“And stop judging. We no longer need to divide America on this issue,” she added.

Throughout her campaign, Haley has consistently advocated for a “consensus” on abortion and an end to sentencing and “demonizing” the issue.

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