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In an interview with 60 Minutes Sunday, Trump said abortion rights would go back to the states in that scenario.
When interviewer Leslie Stahl asked in a follow up, "But then some women won't be able to get an abortion?" Trump said "Yeah, well, they'll perhaps have to go — they'll have to go to another state."
Trump added, "Well, we'll see what happens. It's got a long way to go."