GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Donald Trump's stand on abortion has been inconsistent, but his running mate says Trump would be a "pro-life president."
During a campaign stop at the DeltaPlex Thursday, Pence made it clear he opposes abortion. And the Indiana governor told a town hall rally, "I don't apologize for it."
Pence drew the ire of abortion rights advocates in March after he signed a law banning abortions that were being sought because of fetal genetic defects. That law has since been blocked pending the outcome of a court challenge.
Pence says Trump would appoint conservatives to the Supreme Court who would send the Roe v. Wade abortion ruling to the "ash heap of history."
The Associated Press contributed to this report