GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is under fire for remarks made on birth-control in an interview with The Hill, where he said that his stance on birth controls has changed since he first started running for president.
In the interview with HuffPost Live, Trump said he would have never supported allowing anyone to use birth control pills if they wanted to.
He also said that he believes birth control is an issue that should be discussed.
But he added that he does not support abortion, saying that it’s a woman’s right to decide for herself whether to have an abortion.
“I have a lot of sympathy for people who are having abortions,” Trump said.
“The only thing I’m against is abortion.
If you’re having an abortion, and you’re in the middle of the conversation, you have a right to say no.
And if it’s rape, you can say no.”
Trump has long been criticized by conservatives for saying he would not have supported an abortion ban in the United States if he were president.
But in the interview, Trump also said he did not support banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat.
Trump said his position on abortion has evolved, and he has not changed his position, despite recent statements from top Republicans.
In a 2016 debate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Trump responded to a question about whether he would support abortion on demand.
“Yes, I would have supported abortion if I thought that it was necessary,” he said.
In September, Trump was criticized for saying that he would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Trump was later asked about the remarks during an interview on Fox News.
“It’s not a position that I’m going to change,” he told host Sean Hannity.
“You have to have a certain amount of flexibility.”
In an interview last week, Trump appeared to backtrack on his position and said he supports abortion restrictions after 20 to 24 weeks of gestation, but that he is open to other options for women.
“For the purposes of having an effective birth control, if a woman is having an operation or trying to conceive, I think it’s okay,” Trump told The Washington Post.
So I would say, yes, it is fine.” “
But if the pregnancy is in the first trimester, then the procedure is going to be done.
So I would say, yes, it is fine.”
On Thursday, Trump added a new twist to his position by saying that if a mother gives birth to a boy, the baby has a right not to be aborted.
“They have a legal right to make a choice for themselves,” Trump added, noting that he had “no problem” if a girl gave birth to her own child.
“That’s fine,” Trump continued.
“No problem at all.”
Trump was a supporter of the so-called “right to life” bill that passed the House last year.
The measure would allow states to ban abortion after a fetus can feel pain.
The bill was defeated by Democrats in the Senate, who are facing an uphill battle in their efforts to repeal the measure.
Trump has said he wants to overturn Roe v.
Wade, which legalized abortion in 1973, and has been a vocal supporter of abortion rights during his presidential campaign.
He has also argued that the Supreme Court should rule on the legality of abortion in the case of rape, incest and life of the mother.
“In any situation where a woman wants to end a pregnancy, she should be able to do that,” Trump stated during a debate with Clinton.
“And if that means I have to stop my life, I’ll do that.”