Hear Trump-backed candidate compare abortion to ‘child sacrifice’

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CNN’s KFile discovered troubling comments Michigan’s Trump-backed secretary of state nominee Kristina Karamo made about abortions, comparing them to “child sacrifice” in her podcast. CNN reached out to her campaign to get a response and has not heard back. #CNN #News

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