By Jeanne Mancini, President, March for Life
for The Hill
During the first presidential debate this year, the candidates’ abortion views were the second most searched topic on the Internet, according to Google, yet it wasn’t until the final debate that moderator Chris Wallace pressed the candidates on their stances on abortion.
His very first question of the night was about the kind of judges they would nominate to the U.S. Supreme Court, a significant question during any presidential campaign that’s even more pressing this year with a vacancy on our nation’s highest court. Donald Trump responded, “The justices that I am going to appoint will be pro-life. They will have a conservative bent.” Not surprisingly, Hillary Clinton re-affirmed her commitment to upholding Roe v. Wade.
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