New York, NY — In a new poll, released by CNN/We Poll You So Good shows that a majority of Americans are uneasy about the concept of late-term abortion. However, in an interesting and unforeseen twist, by nearly the same margin, Americans are okay with it if the fetus in question is related to President Donald J. Trump.
The poll, taken during February of 2019 and conducted by calling participants on both landlines and cell phones, showed that while 70% of Americans aren’t sure they support an abortion in the third trimester of a pregnancy, 68% are okay with a Trump pregnancy being terminated “whenever.”
In Which Of These Situations Should An Abortion Be Safe and Legal?
|First Trimester||Second Trimester||Third Trimester|
|Woman’s Reproductive Autonomy||65%||52%||30%|
|Major Genetic Defect/Health & Safety Of Mother||72%||63%||42%|
The issue of abortion hasn’t been one that has served as a major story line in this year’s election. During the 2016 Republican primary process, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina tried to run as a female candidate opposed to abortion, even going so far as to falsely claim she saw scenes in the infamous doctored Planned Parenthood videos released by an anti-abortion right-wing group.
However, after Fiorina’s exit from the race, the most female genitalia mentioned was when Trump discussed his favorite times and methodologies for grabbing them.
Should We Support A Transparent Bag Of Orange Diarrhea Since The FBI May Or May Not Have Evidence on Hillary Clinton for Whatever Reason?
|“I’m stupid, so yes.”||12%|
|“I’m racist, so yes.”||18%|
|“I hate Mexicans, so yes.”||10%|
|“Gays are too uppity, so yes.”||5%|
|“No. Of fucking course not, he’s a horrible human being who shouldn’t be left to manage a lemonade stand.”||55%|
Mr. Trump could not be reached for his comment. Press Secretary Sanders told our reporter that the President was at the dry cleaners picking up his “best, crisp, white linen sheets.” And following a bizarre speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference or CPAC, current polling shows that less than 40% of Americans would vote for Trump. Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight algorithm currently gives a luke-warm kitchen sponge a 70% chance of winning in 2020.