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From the AP.
Clemson University political scientist Dave Woodard:

”He’s toast. I think it’s going to be really hard for him to overcome this in South Carolina.”

Christian Coalition of America president Roberta Combs:

”I’m a bit surprised that he would make that comment because, in a Republican primary, you’re going to need the evangelical vote.”

Alexia Newman, a state Republican Party first vice chairwoman who runs the Carolina Pregnancy Center:

”I don’t understand how he can be for public funding of abortion. He has told people he’s pro-life.”

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