- Former President Donald Trump’s run for the White House could run into trouble in Iowa from evangelicals unhappy about his criticisms of the pro-life movement following mostly disappointing midterms for Republicans.
- Iowa’s Bob Vader Plaats, a leading voice among the Hawkeye State’s evangelical voters, certainly hasn’t forgotten what Trump said in early January.
- “It showed a character thing with Trump that he cast the blame on the pro-life movement,” Vander Plaats, president and CEO of the Christian organization The Family Leader, recently told the New York Times. “If you’re trying to win the Iowa caucuses, I would not put that base under the bus.”
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