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President Donald Trump while campaigning promised he would appoint pro-life judges. It is difficult to ascertain how pro-life his judicial nominees will be since they don’t discuss how they’ll rule on specific cases and they also don’t, generally, say they are pro-life.

Shane Vander Hart had a conversation late last week with Deanna Wallace who is the staff counsel for Americans United for Life. Wallace discussed her view of Trump’s judicial nominees in general and explained why Kyle Duncan, who was appointed to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, is the type of judge pro-life activists should hope for.

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