Moderator Megyn Kelly asked Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker at Thursday night's Republican debate in Cleveland whether his stance on reproductive rights -- supporting a ban on all abortions with no exceptions for rape, incest or to save the life of the mother -- is too conservative.
"Well, I'm pro-life, I've always been pro-life," Walker began, saying he believes his positions are in line with those of most Republicans.
He added that he had cut funding for Planned Parenthood "more than four years ago," contrasting himself with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who "has a radical position of support for Planned Parenthood."
Planned Parenthood is more popular than any single presidential candidate.
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