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Trump says he won’t block abortion pill and repeats ‘abortions after birth’ misinformation in first debate

Donald Trump rejected conservative efforts to ban the abortion pill mifepristone and said that he would not support such a ban as presidentat the first presidential debate.

Trump and President Joe Biden appeared at the event in Atlanta, where the ex-presidentwalked away from his party’s efforts to further roll back abortion rights and said that he agreed with the decision of the Supreme Court‘s decision to keep the medication legal.

“I agree with their decision to have done that, and I will not block it,” Trump said of the court’s decision to throw out a challenge to the federal government’s approval of the drug.

The debate in Atlanta was widely seen as a debacle with the president stumbling over answers and rambling, while Trump spouted lies and falsehoods throughout.

During the segment on abortion, Trump repeated a longstanding false claim spread by Republicans: that Democrats support the right to abortion “after birth”, which would constitute the murder of a live baby.

He repeatedly falsely accused the former governor of Virginia, Ralph Northam, of saying that he would support such decisions being made after a baby was born.

“Because [in] some states Democrats run, [they] take it after birth… the governor, former governor of Virginia, …He’s, he’s willing to, as we say, rip the baby out of the womb.”

Trump claims that he wouldn't block access to medication abortion—but the lie detector test determined that's a lie.

Trump and his cronies already have plans to restrict mifepristone, and those plans are laid out in Project 2025. pic.twitter.com/fdpjpF00gT

Notably, the Supreme Court did not rule on the legality of the drug itself or whether banning it would be constitutional.

The justices merely found that a group of

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