GOP dismisses Trump’s ‘pro-life’ claim as publicity ployApril 10th, 2011 - 3:14 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Apr.10 (ANI): Donald Trump claims he is ‘pro- life’ and opposes abortion after supporting it for years, but New York Republicans who know the real estate giant are dismissing this as a publicity ploy.
In an interview with Pat Robertson’s Christian Broadcasting Network, Trump said he had changed his view a few years back.
Meanwhile, the Republicans are skeptical of Trump’s bid to run for President of the United States.
“I know Donald a long time. I never take him seriously. I don’t think he’s a serious candidate,” former Staten Island Congressman Guy Molinari was quoted by The New York Post as saying.
However, a spokesman for Trump said his desire to run for the President is legitimate. (ANI)
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