Describing his position as the same stance taken by former President Ronald Reagan, Trump touted his administration's "new & positive attitude about the Right to life", while accusing the "Radical Left" of "imploding" over abortion laws.
Trump, a bombastic, twice-divorced billionaire, won over the evangelical vote during his 2016 campaign by promising to appoint anti-abortion justices at the Supreme Court.
Trump includes regular references in his speeches to what he says are the Democrats' extreme positions on abortion, including in formal settings like the State of the Union address and in the more free-wheeling atmosphere of his campaign rallies.
This remark is the first comment that Donald Trump has made regarding the highly-disputed abortion issue, as earlier this week the Alabama State Senate passed a Conservative-led abortion bill, making almost all abortions illegal except when there is a "serious health risk" for the mother and when the unborn child has a "lethal anomaly". "If we are foolish and do not stay UNITED as one, all of our hard fought gains for Life can, and will, rapidly disappear!" he wrote. Those exceptions to abortion bans are also accepted by many anti-abortion social conservatives, who are an important constituency for Trump.
President Trump and GOP Sen. Trump sees Democrats taking advantage of that.
Today, defenders of women's reproductive rights are set to march in protest against Alabama's new abortion law in four of the Southern state's cities, including the capital Montgomery.
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Scott Dworkin, who is a member of the Democratic Coalition posted on Twitter saying "I'm a man, and I believe myself and other men have no right to decide what a woman can or cannot do with their body". Other states such as Georgia, Kentucky and OH have adopted so-called "heartbeat" abortion laws that prohibit the procedure once a heart beat is detected, typically around six weeks. The official said that the president wouldn't sign the Alabama law if he were the governor of Alabama.
Mitt Romney said Sunday he does not support the recently passed Alabama law that would ban abortions with few exceptions, going further than legislation in any other state.
Trump also supports legislation barring abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and has installed two justices to the Supreme Court - Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh - who have cemented a conservative majority on the nation's most powerful court.
Trump wants Republicans to stay united on the issue.
The country's largest human rights organization, ACLU, has said it will file suit against Alabama's law as unconstitutional. In January, New York signed into law a bill protecting the right to terminate a pregnancy after 24 weeks in certain cases.