- GOP Presidential Hopefuls Are Trying To Thread The Needle On Abortion NPR 16:10
For decades, abortion has been a motivating force for the Republican base. But in a post-Roe, world, it’s become a political liability in general elections.
That leaves 2024 presidential hopefuls attempting a balancing act: how to appeal to primary base voters that oppose abortion rights, without alienating the moderate, independent and swing voters who support them.
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