Donald Trump is finding out that life on the political hustings can be littered with potholes. He was interviewed by MSNBC’s Savannah Guthrie and was asked if he believes that there is a right to privacy in the Constitution. His response was a somewhat befuddled “I guess there is; I guess there is.”
Oops. That’s the bright line that pro-lifers, which Mr. Trump now claims he is (although he didn’t used to be), never cross. And he made it worse by not seeing the connection between the pivotal question about the right to privacy — which the anti-abortion crowd says is not in the Constitution — and the question on Roe v. Wade.
Mr. Trump obviously didn’t read his Right Wing Nutsery manual that clearly states All Uteri Are Government Property, along with the Radical Homosexual Agenda and Herding Immigrants into Boxcars for Fun and Profit.