WATCH: Donald Trump’s abortion stance is alienating women – but is his Christian support enough to win the midterms?
Two Years Of Trump is a week-long series of special video reports by The Telegraph’s US team. Each day, as the midterm elections approach on November 6, we’ll examine the key issues which voters will be weighing up when they go to the polls. Scroll down to watch our video special report.
Donald Trump came into office promising to appoint Supreme Court judges who would overturn the constitutional right to an abortion.
It was a nod to a significant part of Mr Trump’s support base – conservative Christians.
More than 80 per cent of conservative Evangelicals voted for him in 2016, in part because of his pro-life stance.
He has since repaid their allegiance. Two years into his presidency, America’s…
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