Elizabeth Bruenig

Staff writer, The Atlantic

Staff writer at The Atlantic

Elizabeth Bruenig on KCRW

Is there anything about Trump’s abortion position for Joe Biden to capitalize on? Will Biden’s change of tune on Israel win him more supporters?

Trump takes no stakes-stance on abortion

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