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Terence P. Jeffrey is the editor-in-chief of CNSNews.com.
When then-Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton accepted the Democratic presidential nomination in 1992, he told the crowd at that party’s convention, “Abortion should be safe, legal and rare.”
That was in July. The following January — two days after his inauguration — Clinton made promoting abortion a central focus of his new administration.
“Mr. Clinton signed five abortion-related memorandums on the 20th anniversary of Roe v. Wade,” The New York Times reported on Jan. 23, 1993.
Clinton’s abortion directives, as reported by the Associated Press, included allowing “abortion counseling at federally supported clinics,” permitting “research using fetal tissue from abortions,” allowing “abortions at military hospitals,” permitting “funding for overseas population control programs” and reviewing “a ban against importation of RU-486, the French abortion pill.” …