Gov­er­nors Kemp, Reynolds Push Back On Trump Call­ing Heart­beat Laws ‘A Ter­ri­ble Thing’

Two Repub­li­can gov­er­nors pushed back Tues­day on for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump call­ing heart­beat laws “a ter­ri­ble thing” in a recent inter­view.
Trump made the remarks dur­ing a Sun­day inter­view with Kris­ten Welk­er on NBC News’ “Meet The Press” when pressed on specifics regard­ing at what point he believes that abor­tion should be banned.
After talk­ing on the mat­ter for sev­er­al min­utes, Trump took a shot at his top chal­lenger for the GOP pres­i­den­tial nom­i­na­tion, Flori­da Gov­er­nor Ron DeSan­tis, over the issue.
“I mean, DeSanc­tus is will­ing to sign a five-week and six-week ban,” Trump said.
“Would you sup­port that?” Welk­er asked. “You think that goes too far?”

“I think what he did is a ter­ri­ble thing and a ter­ri­ble mis­take,” Trump answered.
Geor­gia Gov­er­nor Bri­an Kemp, who signed a heart­beat bill into law back in 2019, respond­ed to Trump’s remarks in a state­ment to The Dai­ly Wire.
“There’s not …